Frosty clear and purple sea glass suspends from a handmade sterling silver bale. We found this sea glass on a beach in Seaham, England near the site of a Victorian era glassworks that discarded scraps of glass into the North Sea. Sea glass with purple in it is highly coveted by collectors in Seaham because purple is one of the rarest colors found in the area. I made the bale with sterling silver. In this organic pendant design the wire looks to have been sea tangled by wild surf. This pendant design allows for the color striations of this beautiful piece of multicolored sea glass to be viewed from all angles. The sea glass is 5/8" L x just under 1/2" W and the entire pendant length is 1&1/8".
You will receive the pendant pictured here.
Why Is This Pendant So Inexpensive?
I have been making sea glass jewelry full time for over 30 years and am experiencing a calling to explore other art forms. I am phasing out sea glass jewelry and am offering it to you for ultra low "bargain" prices. I am happy to let my sea glass jewelry go for very low prices while endeavoring this transformation.
Our sterling silver wheat chains work beautifully with all of our pendants.
Sterling Silver Wheat Chain
About The Sea Glass
Ultra Rare Sea Glass
This sea glass was found on a beach in Seaham, England near the site of the Londonderry Bottleworks which was on a cliff overlooking the North Sea. It had seven bottlehouses and produced various types of hand crafted bottles, decorative glass and household glass. Glass items were sent weekly by boat to a warehouse in London and from there were shipped to various locations around the world.