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Cemetery Beach, Port Hedland, Western Australia. This beach has mainly seafoam, clear, green and brown but i did find one blue and a marble as well as
Forte Vigliani, Bethany, Italy
Maroubra and Malabar Sydney, NSW, Australia In the course of about 3 hours of strolling and beach combing, my wife and I found over 100 pieces of glass.
Mt. Eliza Beach on the Mornington Peninsula. City nearest to that beach. Melbourne The state, country, or island where the beach is Victoria, Australia
City nearest to the beach. St. Kilda (Melbourne) Victoria, Australia Found a double handful of mixed glass, well worn and smooth at the edge of the
This is a roughly 4cm piece with what looks like a ship, some flowers, and the letter R. Found on Portobello beach in Edinburgh.
A highlight of my cruise to New Zealand this year was the great finds of Sea Glass and Pottery Shards on the beach at Akarowa, New Zealand. Having found
This small stretch of beach doesn't appear to have a name. It's just a small sandy area near Cheeseburger in Paradise. Lahaina, Maui HI, USA, Maui This
I found this pretty thick piece of green glass with the letters LO at the Fife Coat of Scotland. I tried searching for local breweries but wasn't very
Found this shard and can’t find maker of what type of bottle it’s from. Can anyone help me?
Found this in Monterey at seaside, it seems to be that uranium glass, is it a bottle topper?
Trying to identify ceramic piece I found this ceramic piece and trying to identify if it was a plate cup or whatever any help would be appreciated
Enter your sea glass beach report in this box. Just click and type! You can delete these prompts when you're done. Terrace Beach Ucluelet, BC Canada
Out for a walk on the beach along Ogden Point, Victoria, BC. Stumbled across this really neat iridescent piece!
Spent several months collecting glass at our newly found beach. Quite tricky to get to - you need to time the tide and plan on spending several hours as
Found this today in Hatteras, NC along the beach buried in the sand. Very thick black piece that is olive green color when light goes through. I think
Hi! This piece was found on Marrowstone island. Any ideas?
I found this amazing piece at a beach in Glenelg, Adelaide South Australia. I found it immediately on arrival and nothing else apart from a few bits
Hope someone can help me identify please and how old it could be please? thankyou!
French Bay and Glen Bay (Akaroa) Head of Bay (Duvauchelle) Near Akaroa and Duvauchelle South Island, New Zealand I went out for a few hours and collected
Hi I found this oval shaped piece of glass in clay at the edge of a farm field around 6 months ago I've asked quite a few people who have knowledge of
2019 GREAT LAKES BEACH GLASS & COASTAL ARTS FESTIVAL. What better way to go to the festival then on a bus with other beach glass lovers. L&L Tours is offering
Can anyone confirm this is an old lea perrins glass bottle stopper please? Its in pretty good nick! How old would you say please? Thankyou!
Enter your sea glass beach report in this box. Just click and type! You can delete these prompts when you're done. Name of the Beach City nearest to
Been collecting sea glass from southern Vancouver Island for over 5 years now. Yesterday's find was a first. Anyone have any idea on the blue glass ball?
Hello! I'm having a hard time identifying this piece I found. I thought it would be a dark green or blue when put against light but no, it's straight up
Looking for some help please identify what this could be from please? Can you work out the writing at all? thankyou! Fiona
These tiny brown bottles are a mystery to me. There are remnants of identical brown bottles on the back side of this rock. There coral and seashell fragments
So many little gems glistening today
I found this on a beach in Syracuse, Italy. There were lots of large pieces, but the markings on this one made me curious. Insights?
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