Dainty Sea Foam Green Seaglass and Shell Necklace
Dainty Sea Foam Green Seaglass and Shell Necklace
Dainty Sea Foam Green Seaglass and Shell Necklace
Dainty Sea Foam Green Seaglass and Shell Necklace
Dainty Sea Foam Green Seaglass and Shell Necklace
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Dainty Sea Foam Green Seaglass and Shell Necklace

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This dainty aqua sea glass and shell pendant accented with a glass pearl was handmade in Dana Point, Ca. 

Comes on your choice of chain. I recommend a short chain for this cutie!  Please note which chain you’d like in the checkout comments, if no preference is noted, it will come on a 16” silver plated snake chain. 

16” sterling silver plated snake chain

18” sterling silver plated snake chain

20” sterling silver plated snake chain

18” silver plated cable chain

30” silver plated cable chain

18” stainless steel cable chain

Your necklace will arrive in a pretty box and gift bag ready for gift giving to a friend (or yourself!)

All of my jewelry is handmade by me from genuine sea glass and beach stones tumbled by the sea. Did you know that It takes decades for broken glass to become sea glass? Worn by waves, recycled by the sea, sea glass is a product of both man and nature. Bottles, jars and glass carelessly discarded are smoothed by the waves and sand until it washes up on shore, waiting to be found by a lucky passerby. Every piece is unique!!

 

Aqua and Teal glass has many subtle variations and shades. Sources of this glass could be from a vintage canning jar or vintage insulator used on electric poles in the early 1900's, Seltzer mineral water bottles, medicine bottles and ink bottles. Colorless glass replaced aqua as the color of choice with one exception the greenish aqua of Coca-Cola bottles. One in five hundred pieces of sea glass may be Aqua.