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This was found on a beach in the Puget Sound near Seattle WA. Wondering what it was originally.
Hi! Found this shard in a sandy river basin in Atlanta. It seems to be from a round, clear glass bottle, about a quarter inch thick. Embossed on it
Is there somewhere in NJ to donate broken colorful glass? I remember reading somewhere that there is, and they take it out to sea where it nature does
We have spent the past month (May), walking the beaches around Cairns, Queensland. We have gone from Etty Beach in the south, up to Port Douglas in the
I have found some thick gray sea glass on my beach in the Abacos (Bahamas). Not too long ago I found the same gray glass connected to a piece of white.
Found on a beach in the Gulf of St Tropez, south of France Mediterranean Sea. It seems opaque from “Weathering” (apologies I don’t know the correct term)
I would like to know what type of bottle this piece came from. I found it today in a small stretch of beach in the Wythe neighborhood of Hampton, VA. It’s
My daughter and I found these on a drive on the Japanese seashore! Would love to know any more about them especially the orange clay looking one! Thanks,
Can you help me identify this? Found near the Potomac In Dumfries, VA, about 1.5 inches tall.
About 1 and a half inches, beige, a little bit sparkly, not smooth, but smooth edges, many small cracks. I found this piece in Bolsa Chica California,
After being pretty much shut out for sea glass all along Lake Michigan in Illinois, (we even went to all the beaches listed on the Sea Odyssey site!) we
Letters are SUF to the top and a V to the bottom. Found ocean side Salvo NC. It's well frosted pretty thick more mint green in color just curious about
I would like to know more information about this thing such as name, origin, etc etc Any piece of information will be greatly appreciated. Please and
I found a small piece of pottery on a Lake Michigan beach. The glaze looks pale yellow or slightly pink (crackled from age) but glows pale yellow-green
Found this piece of sea glass on Cape Cod, Massachusetts. Brown glass with the letter ‘S’ inside a Pennsylvania keystone shape.
These two pieces have a very smooth texture and have what appears to be a flaw inside. They are a gray in color; I have found gray seaglass before and
Found on April 2 2019 at sea shore state park beach in va beach va.
We spent about an hour on the beaches adjacent to Freemantle, near Perth, WA and found a wonderful array of well-tumbled glass. We were there in early
Super excited about this find! I never search for glass at Yorktown Beach because there really isn’t a lot of tumble and they bring in sand but today
no name, PUNDA Curacao northeast side of island
Playa Bucerias City of Bucerias Nayarit, Mexico We found a nice variety of sizes and colors (lots of white, brown, and green, but also seafoam, deep
I live in East Lothian, near Edinburgh/Scotland and Sea Glass hunt up and down the Firth of Forth (on both the North and South Coast) Yesterday I was
Glass Beach Kauai found in shallow water just beneath sand - all within 5 feet of each other. 2 others found by friend! Almost like someone plated them
Can someone help me identify whether this is an agate or quartz? Found past McCurdy point in port Townsend.
Sometimes a sea glass scavenge can leave me feeling a bit hard done by, especially if I have spent 6 hours wandering the coastline, checking lots of different
Spent a few hours early morning at low tide in search of my new obsession....marbles! Not only did I find two marbles but found my first-ever glass bottle
Thoughts? Just a current pottery class find?
This sea pottery shard was found on the seacoast near Salisbury, Massachusetts. It has an interesting floral pattern that almost looks like a vine of berries
Taylor Beach Victoria, BC Canada Couple of surprise finds on a beach that usually only produces little mermaid tears
Esquimalt Lagoon Victoria BC Canada Early morning walk at low tide in search of marbles and found some great treasures!
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