Frosty white sea glass found washed ashore on a foggy stretch of beach in England suspends from old blue glass chevron beads with flowing white stripes. We found the 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. The chevron beads were made in Venice in the early 1900s for the African trade. These beads have a lovely silky texture and show beautiful signs of wear from years of being traded, handled and lost in the earth. I made these earrings with Argentium silver. Argentium silver is superior to traditional silver. It is purer, brighter and whiter than traditional sterling silver. This beautiful silver is also hypoallergenic. These earrings hang from my handmade ear wires which give sea glass earrings a high end artisan look and feel. The sea glass is just over 1/2" L The African trade beads are 15mm L. The earrings are approximately 1&7/8" L from the bottom of the ear wires. All Argentium silver. Authentic sea glass.
Common Sea Glass
One of a kind. You will receive the earrings pictured here.