What is this

by Louise
(Whitburn UK)

Found this on my local beach Whitburn UK.

It is not like any other glass I have found. It looks faceted deliberately and not worn down but was on the tide line

Maybe it's not even glass can anyone help

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Dec 15, 2017
deck prism?
by: julie west

Could it possibly be a deck prism from an old ship? They used them to illuminate the below deck. I bought a repro for my Dad one year and it looked similar and the same color

Nov 20, 2017
Could it be?
by: Carol

So pretty! How heavy is it? Could it be a piece of coke bottle? Mason jar? Insulator? Car windshield? What a beautiful find! A real gem!

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