Waitaha Cove

by Liz
(Wellington, New Zealand)

Waitaha Cove 28/01/21

Waitaha Cove 28/01/21

I found this really unusual piece of sea glass made up of four layers. Cream coloured glass, a thin layer of white milk glass then a layer of pale yellow and green and another layer of white milk glass.

The piece is almost flat, approximately 2cm long, smooth on all edges and frosted. I have no idea what it came from but guessing an ornament of some kind. It is the most unusual piece I have ever found.

Waitaha Cove is on Wellington's south coast not far from the airport.

It is best to collect after a southery storm but safest on an outgoing tide due to the sometimes strong dangerous swells.


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Feb 16, 2021
New Zealand Beach Glass
by: David & Lin

Thanks for your report, Liz. Hopefully Lin and I will get to NZ someday to explore and enjoy the natural beauty. :)

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