New Zealand old English sea glass
by Gregory Reeves
(New Plymouth, Taranaki, New Zealand)
English sea glass
Opunake town south taranaki ,West coast ,north island, New Zealand.
Holds a place in the top five places in the world for A grade 100 plus year old ultra rare colours and unquie sea tumbled pieces on a old dump site on a beach 100 metres long by 30 metres wide six feet deep with very colour and shape. No one knows!
True black glass to purples , reds and light house Lens orange , at least 3 to 4 shades of each color. Yellow half inch think as big as your palm. Bonfire pieces 120 different forms and colours.
New Plymouth named after the city from which the third boat from Plymouth England came from and arrived 1841.
Is there a business partner out there that would in partnership help share these gems with the world.
Sincerely Greg Reeves.