New to Seaglass hunting and found these pieces that we would love to know the origin.

by Iris Shafer
(Nyack,New York USA)

Would appreciate any info on these.

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Mar 10, 2021
by: Anonymous

Thank you for this valuable info!

Mar 10, 2021
Possible lead
by: Anonymous

Good morning and great finds ,
The green one I believe is from Cambridge glass the article I read stated this "Check to see if the mark indicates Cambridge Glass: Cambridge glass used two marks to identify its products. Prior to 1920, the Cambridge Glass Company marked glass with "NEAR CUT"; after 1920 the glass was marked with a "C" inside of an inverted triangle., the first clear piece looks like crystal Fine China I’ve found a few small pieces but never as frosted as that really beautiful finds , hope this helps in your sea glass identifying endeavors have a great day.

Mar 04, 2021
by: Carol

That Ford piece is the coolest! I would consider that the find of a lifetime! After the Century of Progress Exposition ended in 1934, Ford Motor Company brought its central Rotunda building from that fair back to Dearborn. From 1936 to 1962, Ford recreated the excitement of a World's Fair exposition on its home turf. This plate, with a transfer print in the center, was used in Ford's corporate dining room. Very cool!

Feb 28, 2021
origin of the last piece
by: Anonymous

I think the last piece may have been from a Ford Rotunda Commemorative Plate, 1957.

Feb 16, 2021
New sea glass hunting
by: David & Lin

You have found some very interesting pieces. Unfortunately for most beach glass it is difficult to exactly identify the source. However, one of our viewers might recognize the patterns, hopefully!

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