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Virtual Beachcombing Festival
Aqua colored glass is one of the most popular of the sea glass colors.
Kelly Abrams and her Mermaid Tides Sea Glass are making great use of the bountiful beach glass to be found on the shores of Lake Erie.
This story by Laura Vallor is the second place winner in the 2018 Mermaid Fiction Contest
This story by Tais Teng is the third place winner in the 2018 Glassing Magazine Mermaid Fiction Contest
Wire wrapping sea glass is one of the easiest places to start creating jewelry.
The small village of Blackrock, County Louth in Ireland offers pleasant sandy beaches with sweeping views of Dundalk Bay and Cooley Mountains.
The Codd marble bottle was born from the need to keep carbonated drinks from going "flat." Earlier and original Codd bottles, and the marbles foun...
In the 18th century, the Georgians definitely loved their bling!
There’s glass. And then there’s sea glass. And just as these are considered—certainly to the sea glass lover—two completely separate entities, so t...
While every piece of beach glass is special, something magical happens when you find a piece that glows.
When my Dad who lives in Chicago came to visit me in London, I took him "mudlarking" (beachcombing) along the River Thames.
Hidden in the cliffs, bays, and harbor beaches of this island is naturally sculpted sea glass that has been smoothed by the currents, tides, rocks ...