Sea Glass Identification

by Robin
(Harbor Oregon, Curry County)

Sea Glass Identification?

Sea Glass Identification?

This is the photo of the glass I was hoping someone could help me identify.

Some markings, but I am not that schooled in glass marks.


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Jul 29, 2016
Super Identification Answer
by: David and Lin @ Odyssey Sea Glass

Thanks so much David for aiding in identifying this sea glass shard.

We recommend your web site for all bottle mark identifications.

May 02, 2013
Sea Glass Identification - emerald green base shard
by: David Whitten

You have found a partial base shard of an Owens-Illinois Glass Company bottle (hard to know what it held).

The vaguely oval-shaped logo is that of Owens-Illinois, used from 1929 into the mid and late 1950s.

It is quite worn down, so rather hard to make out.

The glass color is the typical "emerald green" or "7-up bottle green" made by Owens-Illinois in large quantities, used for GOBS of different styles and shapes of bottles.

You can see several different slight variations of this mark on my Owens-Illinois Glass Company webpage at .

Take care,


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