Treasures await on a peaceful and tranquil jungle lined shore. There are nine pieces of multicolored emerald green and jungle green sea glass in this bracelet. We found it on a beach in Seaham, England near the site of a Victorian era glassworks that discarded scraps of glass into the North Sea. I hand fabricated the beautiful seashell element with fine ( pure ) silver and Argentium silver that I oxidized to create contrast and depth. I made the seashell with fine silver in a mold that I made of a seashell that I found on a beach in Rincon, Puerto Rico. I then soldered the seashell onto an Argentium silver element that I made and finished by hand. Argentium silver is purer than and superior to traditional sterling silver. I hand pieced this bracelet together with Argentium silver wire and finished it with fused Argentium silver ( stronger than soldered chain ) and a sterling silver dolphin clasp. The sea glass ranges in size from 12mm L x 4mm W to 14mm L x 5mm W. The seashell element is 29mm W x 12mm W. The bracelet length is adjustable from 7&3/4" to 8&1/2".
You will receive the bracelet pictured here.
Why Is This Bracelet 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.
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.