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Fun books to bring to the beach or to curl up with at home
Wondering what to do with all that beach glass you’ve collected?
Pam O'Brien may never know how a piece of German pottery ended up on a beach in Rhode Island, but it was interesting researching its history.
Shippersea Bay in the North East of England is home to a unique form of sea glass with colorful stripes, swirls of color, and organic-looking patte...
Murano glass is synonymous with Venetian glass, and the origins of glassmaking in Venice go back to the times of the Roman Empire.
As your collection of sea glass grows, so do the mysteries of each piece came from.
When we searched for glass together as a family, a piece of glass meant that you were able to make a wish.
Great books to pack with you when you head to the beach, or when you want to get beach feeling anywhere.
While True Daffy's Elixir maintains its questionable history, the bottles are now considered a British classic bottle.
While a drilled sea glass drop necklace is always a favorite, there are no boundaries when it comes to designing beach glass necklaces.
Investigating markings on sea glass she found took Kris Braga on a journey through bottle making history.
Looking at the gorgeous Davenport sea glass collection of Natalie Brooke, it’s hard to believe she has collected it all.