You may find stunning pieces of pendant sea glass jewelry on the side of the seemingly picture-perfect blue waves of the ocean. Making sea glass jewelry is fun to experiment with! Find out more by reading on.
What are sea glass jewelry made of?
Genuine sea glass comes from pieces of broken bottles, broken tableware, or even shipwrecks that have been rolled and tumbled in the ocean for years until all of their edges are smoothed off and the glass’s smoothness has been worn down so that it looks frosted.
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What is the difference between sea glass and beach glass?
Some people who like glass jewelry use the terms sea glass and beach glass interchangeably, but there is a difference between the two. Sea glass can only be found in the ocean or on beaches near the ocean. Beach glass, on the other hand, can be found in lakes and rivers with fresh water.
Is sea glass expensive?
Sea glass has gained popularity as a jewelry material because of its attractive look, making it an appealing choice for collectors and those who enjoy wearing unique pieces. Less glass has been used for bottles, jars, and other containers that may wind up in the water, therefore sea glass is increasingly uncommon. As a result, the price of genuine sea glass has steadily risen throughout the years.
White, forest green, and brown are the most frequent hues of sea glass found by beachgoers since they are the most prevalent colors of beverage bottles (if they can find any). Since maroon, orange, yellow, turquoise, and cobalt blue glass objects aren’t all that frequent anymore, sea glass of those colors tends to be quite uncommon and costly.