The words "wish bun" on sea glass?

by Janet Landry
(New Brunswick Canada)

I found a piece of a white opaque bottle on the side reads the words "wish bun" any ideas what it could be?


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May 05, 2012
by: Seaglassdog

My name is Nick from and I usually can identify the majority of seaglass that people ask my help about but they include clear upclose pictures( Which is a necessity!! )

Your piece without seeing it might have originally been the word "Wishbone" with the ne missing and the "O" partially worn off but again it's almost impossible to tell without having a picture to look at!! If you can email me some pics at it would make my life a lot easier!!...........Nick...Seaglassdog

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