Neodymium Sea Glass

Neodymium Sea Glass

If you’ve ever picked up a piece of sea glass that was a beautiful purple color in the sun but seemed to have changed into a soft blue by the time ...

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Orange Sea Glass

Orange Sea Glass

The Holy Grail of sea glass, orange sea glass is considered by most to be the rarest of colors. You likely know several people who have never found...

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Driftwood and Sand

Driftwood and Sand

Driftwood and Sand is based in Hokitika, New Zealand and is a charitable trust and the sculpture event is run annually by a group of enthusiastic v...

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Lucky Stones

Lucky Stones

I think most glassing people are “beachcombers” at heart. While I am there mainly for the glass, I always have an eye opened for “lucky stones" as ...

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All About Ceramics

All About Ceramics

Ceramics have been around as far back as 24,000 BC, when humans discovered that clay dug from the earth could be used to create animal and human fi...

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Spode China & the Titanic

Spode China & the Titanic

Exactly what type of Spode tableware was on board the doomed ship was unknown until salvage expeditions of the Titanic were undertaken after 1987. 

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