What was this Sea Glass?

by Audrey Cozzie
(Okinawa Japan)

Red sea glass mystery

Red sea glass mystery

~ question submitted by Audrey Cozzie in Okinawa, Japan

What was this Sea Glass back in its day?


I live in Okinawa, Japan.

I have found a lot of rare pieces of glass and most I can identify but there is one that I can not find anything on... it is this rare and beatiful red.

This piece is very thick and in the shape of a dome.... and in the frosted area there are specks of gold color.

Any information would be great!!

Thank you,

PS - I'm sorry for the poor picture quality

~ question submitted by Audrey Cozzie

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Sep 30, 2013
Red seaglass dome
by: Seaglassdog

Hi Audrey,

I have a lot of Red seaglass from this area and what I believe you have by your pic is a Dome Lens from either an old boat or car!

If you put this glass under a blacklight it should glow neon orange due to Manganese in the glass!

Hope this helps.....Nick

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