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Virtual Beachcombing Festival
Aqua colored glass is one of the most popular of the sea glass colors.
While every piece of beach glass is special, something magical happens when you find a piece that glows.
Many collectors have admitted to making unbridled yelps or screams when they found their first piece of red.
Red glass of some sort has been produced almost since the time that glassmaking began.
It is extremely unlikely that you will find a genuine glass fishing float along most of the world’s shorelines. But that doesn't stop us from looking.
For sea glass hunters, there are few finds as exciting as the discovery of that perfectly round orb among the gravel, or the flash of color in the ...
The glass we now call the “English multis” was borne of a great bottleworks business the little town of Seaham, England, population 20,000.
It’s rare, and we whoop when we find it, but blue sea glass is not nearly as elusive as red or pink or orange.
My hope is that at the end of the day’s hunt, when we beachcombers open our treasure bags, that the glass we’ve discovered truly tells a narrative ...
In the past several years as the popularity of sea glass collecting increased, people have looked to create glass that mimics actual sea glass.
The sea glass color rarity chart was not conceived by one prolific beachcomber sorting through his hundred pounds of glass in all different colors,...