Would love to know what this may be from.

by Cathy
(Victoria, Australia)

Sea Glass Cone - inside smooth, outside pitted

Sea Glass Cone - inside smooth, outside pitted

~ by Cathy, Victoria, Australia

Portarlington, Victoria, Australia Sea Glass:

I found this piece of sea glass on the beach in Portarlington, Victoria, Australia.

I have never seen anything like it, it is relatively perfect in its rounded conical shape. The inside of the cone is smooth, the outside pockmarked by age. It has a few bubbles in it.

I would say it is medium turquoise in colour and is very thick (ranging from 5 - 8 or 9mm) and very heavy. It almost looks like part of a thick glass egg shell.

I'm totally captivated by it.

This is my first 'sea glass' find and I was enchanted at first sight.

I would really love to know what it might be from as I would love to buy a complete one to have too.

Thank you in advance!

~ by Cathy, Victoria, Australia

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Oct 10, 2016
Bottle Bottom
by: Robin inbetween Manomet and Sandwich

First look said bottom of bottle, but would have to see to know what kind, and investigate.
Love it!

Oct 06, 2016
shard identification
by: Anonymous

It appears to be the base from a "torpedo bottle"

torpedo bottle

Oct 04, 2016
New to sea glass
by: Brandi

I believe that may be the bottom of a Hamilton bottle. I'm not 100% sure, but look up Hamilton bottle and go to images.


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