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Like other states bordering the Great Lakes, Michigan has
be a great place for "lake glass" better known as "beach glass."
With the surge in popularity of sea glass and beach combing
the Lake shores, artisans have sprung up in the State of Michigan.
From Michigan galleries to gift stores, from artisans to
people, and from homes to eBay, sea glass businesses have sprung up as
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Note: Sea glass usually refers to naturally tumbled glass that's found on saltwater shores, while beachglass or beach glass can refer to the tumbled glass found on any body of water with enough wave action, such as large lakes.
Lake glass is a term not used very often but is accurate if used for beach glass found on the large lakes such as the Great Lakes of North America.