Is this a true orange or amber, what is it from

by Beth
(Puerto Rico )


Small piece of orangey sea glass.

It is about half an inch, flat and with a wave design.

There is a streak of what looks like opaque white in it.

Is this a true orange?

How old might it be?

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Good questions :)
by: David

Both of those questions are hard to answer. There is such a small difference in color names when it comes to borderline colors of sea glass. It is almost necessary to see the piece in question to determine if it is amber or orange and it may fall exactly between the two colors. In that case it is just what you are calling it - amber-orange.

As far as the age, that also is pretty impossible to tell unless you can positively match this up to a bottle that has markings which identify the date.

Perhaps one of our 1,300 daily visitors will recognize it :)

David and Lin @ Odyssey Sea Glass

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What was this from?

by Beth
(Puerto Rico )

Sea Glass from Puerto Rico

Sea Glass from Puerto Rico

Sea Glass from Puerto Rico
What is this beach find?

About three inches long, the band in the middle has a bluish teal tint, lots of elongated air bubbles, the inside curvature seems fairly smooth.

What was this from?

How old is it?

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