Many strange findings

by Julie
(Castleford, West yorkshire)

Any identification on any of these strange things I collected a while ago from the beach and forgot I had them. I think some may be sea glass.

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Feb 11, 2020
Sea Glass
by: Mr.PebbleStone


Basically all the pieces that look glassy and were washed up by the sea, are seaglass, the rest in your pic look like a mixture of stone, ceramic pottery etc. Anyway, if the glass has been in the sea for longer it is generally smoother with rounded edges and they have a frosty appearance to them due to the wave and sand polishing action on them. The blues, reds and yellows seem to be the good ones if you follow seaglass on the internet, they are also very beautiful. The browns, greens whites or clear seem to be more common, therefore less sort after.

Have a great day.

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