Is this Authentic Sea Glass?

by Cindy Rader
(Juneau, Alaska)

Large pieces appear to be real sea glass

Large pieces appear to be real sea glass

~ sea glass identification question submitted by Cindy Rader in Juneau, Alaska, USA

Is this Authentic Sea Glass? 

I purchased a large bag of sea glass from a garage sale in a coastal town in Florida.

There are several pieces, some extremely large, varying in color from white, pale blue, green, teal, brown. 

Many colors, many large sizes.

They appear to be authentic sea glass to me, but...

I am wondering if they are real, what could they have possibly come from to be this large and thick?

~ sea glass identification question submitted by Cindy Rader in Juneau, Alaska, USA

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Feb 19, 2017
99% sure it is
by: David and Lin at OdysseySeaGlass

It definitely looks like real genuine sea glass and a happy person you must be with several very good pieces there!

Sep 19, 2015
by: Amy

I live in Florida, and have found many large pieces of sea glass over the years.

Not too many recently, but I don't have as much time to search as I used to.

It looks authentic in the photo.

Feb 03, 2015
Another photo
by: Anonymous

Selkie's Glass, I would love for you to look at another photo of the glass that I have.

Unfortunately, I'm not sure how to post another picture without creating another page.

Is there some way I could get one to you? I looked at your Facebook page and your glass does appear to be very similar to what I have here.

I am so curious as to what the big, round (larger than an egg) piece of glass could have once been.

Feb 02, 2015
by: Selkie's Sea Glass

From the photo you have posted, this looks like authentic sea glass to me. I have found big chunks such as this along Vancouver Island's west coast.

Would love to see the others.


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