Perfect Purple - June 2016 Sea Glass Photo Contest

by Selkie's Sea Glass
(Victoria, B.C,)

Perfect Purple

Perfect Purple

WINNER June 2016

This extraordinary sea glass nugget is the darkest of purples, a perfectly frosted jelly bean, no chips!

I think it is Vitrine, which was made near Lake Erie.  Vitrine was used as insulator glass about 75 years ago!   I have found many small insulator pieces, but never anything of this calibre.  

Found on a beach in Victoria, B.C., this glass is so dark no light passes through it.

The purple can be seen on close inspection in the bright sunlight.

Challenging to photograph, I snapped this shot in my studio, and with my Apple iPad.

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Jun 27, 2016
Perfect Purple!
by: Audree Mabbitt

Absolutely perfect! I love it!πŸ’œ

Jun 27, 2016
Love it
by: Nikki

So beautiful!

Jun 18, 2016
Love, love, love!i
by: Jfroger

Would so love to have a handful of sea glass! I live way too far from the sea!

Jun 17, 2016
by: Anonymous

Great find. Perfect Purple.

Jun 16, 2016
by: Rita Sheard

Love it.

Jun 15, 2016
My vote
by: Linda

Beautiful piece.

Jun 14, 2016
Great find!
by: Anne

Sweet πŸ’œ

Jun 14, 2016
Sea Treasures
by: Barbara

TITLE :Sea Treasures !

Barbara,me,enjoys wearing a pendant as well as 2 sets of matching earrings,designed and made by this talented and interesting woman.Good luck !

Jun 14, 2016
Love it!!!!
by: Mary Watson

Love buying sea glass jewelry from Selkies Sea Glass!!!! And this piece is beautiful!!!

Jun 14, 2016
Perfect for a Queen!
by: Sandra

beautiful piece!

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