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Could anyone tell me how old or where this would of originated.
We found this at low tide East Wittering, West Sussex. It’s quite large and thick. Frosted in appearance I’m assuming from being in the sea, with smooth
Here are some goodies I’ve found in Kilcunda Victoria, I found this fairly decent chunk of what I believe to be an aqua today!
It's about 15cm tall. It's a rectangular shape with sides that are about 3-4cm across. Doesn't look machine made
Name of the Beach Silverknowes City nearest to that beach. Edinburgh The state, country, or island where the beach is. Scotland
My family is planning a trip next March (fingers crossed!) and would love to put a good glass beach on our itinerary. I see beautiful finds on Instagram
I live on an island off of Vancouver Island and have been finding a lot of cool pieces. How do you identify pieces that have clear markings? Thank you!
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 Texas city dike
Found this fairly large chunk of what I think could be aqua?
I have a few pieces I’m hoping to identify! The first is clear glass, with what appears to have a face on it (perhaps a monkey face?). The second appears
The rock is like a caramel clear color with no light on it, then it's clear with a light on it. It has Fossil marks in it as if it's been in the river
I was beach-combing, or glassin' as my kids call it and found this bead. The beach is private and located near Castries on the Caribbean Sea side of St.
This piece of beach glass was found in Alcova Lake, Wyoming. It is dark, almost black. It is an inch long, 1/4 inch on 1 side and 1/2 inch on the other.
Size-2 1/2”diameter Pale green Letter-see attached photo Found in Wabash River bed-West Lafayette IN
Circular piece of glass looks to be from the bottom of a bottle with a f in the middle
Dark purple ornate type of bottle or jar maybe Clear glass bottle made in Scotland with number on Chunky brown/ black piece looks like bottom of bottle
I found this on the beach with multiple more pieces of sea glass. I can find all the other pieces I found on google however this piece I can’t find I have
After doing research and finding out how old some of the sea glass is interested me. I googled where to go searching in Oahu and my first week exploring
I’m trying to find out some information on this piece of sea glass. I’ve been googling the numbers on the piece of sea glass, and cannot find anything.
Found this cool-shaped piece, looks like the edge of a lace doily.
What were these numbered clay pot lids part of or used for?
Found a fairly large piece of beach glass with partial Duraglas logo. Anyone know how old it might be any what type of bottle it's from? Visible numbers
Beach at the end of Beacon St, right beside the Sidney Fishing Pier. There are two beaches, go to the smallest one next to the left of the fishing pier
I have found another shard on the same beach as the one referenced in my previous inquiry, and was wandering if anyone had any insight into how I might
I've come upon a beautiful shard with markings that indicate it is from 1883 - 1890 (P Regout & Co, Maastricht). The shard was in shallow water on a narrow
Can anyone help identify? I live in Eastern Virginia along the Rappahannock River. I come across a lot of glass on the beach. I have found multiple pieces
I have a wp #6, maru sen, ty, 30 glass float. Was wondering if it was worth anything. Might be looking to sell it. When my grandfather was a young man
Hey all, I found this on McAbee Beach in Monterey, California. It's the first piece I've ever found with letters, and I'm trying to see what bottle it
I found this on the beach in South Queensferry, Scotland. I think it might be a glass bottle stopper, possibly for a perfume bottle or a decanter. Can
We only recently got into hunting for these gems - I know you can easily go onto ETSY and buy sea glass but like many here it adds a sort of easter egg
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