Out Of The Blue Sea Glass Jewelry was created by myself, Lisl Armstrong, thirty years ago while I was living in Rincon, Puerto Rico. I make all of our sea glass jewelry by hand with authentic sea glass that was worn smooth in the ocean and found on a beach. Other than a drill hole all of the sea glass in our jewelry comes to you as found on the beach.
I am in the process of retiring from making sea glass jewelry full time. In the spirit of "Letting Go" I am offering all of my jewelry for really good prices - and I mean really good prices!
In addition to sea glass jewelry I make other kinds of jewelry too. My non sea glass jewelry line is called Ocean Amphora Jewelry and features recycled glass beads, antique beads, undyed gemstones and natural found objects.
This sea glass necklace has an abundance of authentic Caribbean sea glass!
This necklace design originated at Out Of The Blue Sea Glass Jewelry decades ago and is one of our vintage styles!
A collection of sixty one pieces of sea glass from the Caribbean flows beautifully together on a 28" L claspless sterling silver wire chain. We found these sea glass treasures ourselves while wandering the beaches of Rincon, Puerto Rico. These beautiful pieces of sea glass were worn smooth only by the tropical surf of the Caribbean. I hand pieced the sea glass together with sterling silver wire. It is heirloom quality and with proper care will last for generations. The sea glass ranges in size from 10mm to 19mm. All sterling silver. Authentic sea glass.
One of a kind. You will receive the necklace pictured here.
Sea glass comes from our broken and forgotten glass that found it's way to sea where it is transformed into ocean softened treasures that look like enchanting sea jewels. With the modern day sea goddess as my muse I make jewelry for free spirits and old souls. I am wildly energized by the sea, the ancient world and the elemental beauty of sea glass.
Our newest jewelry arrivals! Some with sea glass and some without. All jewelry is beautifully handmade with the finest precious metals and would be coveted by any sea goddess.