A beautiful piece of frosty clear and amber multicolored sea glass. This sea glass is jewelry/collector quality. We found it on a beach in Seaham, England near the site of a Victorian era glassworks that was known to discard scraps of glass into the North Sea.
Jewelry arrives in a ribboned turquoise blue gift box and will be accompanied by a printed jewelry description and a free gift of beach found seashells or sea glass. Sea glass is carefully packaged and arrives with a few extra pieces of sea glass.
All orders are shipped USPS Priority mail. Orders placed Monday-Thursday ship within 24-48 hours. Orders placed Friday-Sunday ship on Monday. Orders under $100 ship at a discounted rate of $5.00. We can not ship internationally.
I love making jewelry and it is very important to me that you are happy with your order. I am honored that returns/exchanges are few and far between. If for any reason you are not happy with your order please feel free to return it to us. Our return process is very simple. No questions will be asked and you will not be asked to give a reason. We must receive all jewelry in its original condition within 30 days of purchase. Once we receive your return we will refund you within 24 hours via your method of payment less shipping costs. If requesting an exchange please let us know as soon as possible so that we can hold the new item for you while waiting for your parcel to arrive. Exchanges are usually shipped within one business day. All exchanges are final. Please note with exchanges/refunds the shipping cost will be excluded. Please contact before sending your return/exchange so we can provide you with shipping instructions.
Out Of The Blue Sea Glass Jewelry is the oldest sea glass jewelry business in the world. All of our sea glass is authentic. We are renowned for originality, quality of sea glass, excellent craftsmanship and outstanding customer service. Lisl Armstrong has lectured at several sea glass festivals, wrote the foreword to the book "The Ultimate Guide to Sea Glass" and was one of the first board members elected to the board of the North American Sea Glass Association.