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An explosive find on a New Zealand beach.
Tiny porcelain figurines hidden inside king cakes might end up on your beach.
Buckles were both functional and an indicator of one’s wealth and social status.
Pigmented structural glass, also called vitrolite, has a beautiful and practical history.
Beachcombing treasures that can’t be tucked into a bag are meaningful connections to a time, place, and event.
Long before Blue Willow transferware, handpainted Chinese porcelain with a similar design was used on tables around the world.
There are many stories about objects dropped in the Thames being discovered by mudlarks and returned to their original owners.
In the 20th century, American companies manufactured glass fishing floats, which still wash up on beaches today.
A mystery find at the site of a Lake Erie shipwreck is identified.
A wave-worn bottle punt or kickup on the beach is a satisfying find.
There are infinite ideas for shaping and decorating clay pieces, and here are some ways to help identify them.
With a long history of glassmaking, Toledo, Ohio, is known as “The Glass City.”