I like to see the Spanish Seaglass wet as it is ever so pretty, then when it drys its frosted and looks so different
Genuine Spanish Sea glass is a timeless treasure. The journey a piece takes may have begun decades or centuries before it was found. Sea glass starts out as refuse glass that was broken then discarded into the sea, only to find its seeming resting ground in the ocean or upon the shoreline.
Yet the piece is awakened as powerful elements of sand, tide, water & weather buff the shard over time & terrain. It is trans-formed during the voyage; sanded, smoothed, hydrated & finally renewed into a gem.
After a lifetime of being thrown around with surf and sand , the colourful jewel washes up on the shore and waits to be discovered
Seaglass bottle bottoms to the right look like lips and make beautiful Pendants
Identifying Spanish Seaglass creates a challenge between history's truths and one's imagination. How far has it travelled? What hands have held it. How long has it been thrown at sea? Larry & I beach comb miles of shoreline to find, by hand, these distinct pieces, each with a journey, a captivating history or perhaps a romantic legend to reveal.