Small Beach Pottery Prince Edward Island?

by Eric
(New Brunswick, Canada)

Small piece of beach pottery

Small piece of beach pottery

~ question submitted by Eric from New Brunswick, Canada

Hi, found this small piece on the South East coast of Prince Edward Island, NB, Canada.

Any thoughts?

  • Small blue and white piece of glass

  • Seems like part of a plate or cup.

~ question submitted by Eric

sea glass colors line

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