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Sea Glass Marbles are a fairly rare type of sea glass. As the name implies, these are common glass marbles-- the kind that were popular as children's toys 50-100 years ago-- that ended up getting thrown away, and then ended up in the ocean, where they became sea glass through the exact same process that creates other kinds of sea glass. Whereas sea glass marbles can-- technically speaking-- be found anywhere

Sea Glass Marbles are a fairly rare type of sea glass. these are common glass marbles-- the kind that were popular as children's toys years ago-- that ended up getting thrown away, and they became sea glass.

Lake Erie Beach Glass Marbles

Lake Erie Beach Glass Marbles- these are not mine, but I have found 3 this year

A rare English rainbow sea glass gem

A rare English rainbow sea glass gem found & photographed by my good friend Robert Fuller of the U. Rob finds the most amazing sea glass and is personally responsible for contributing to my sea glass addiction.

Finding purple sea glass most likely means you have found historic glass from the 1800s to the early 1900s. All about the manganese used to make clear glass back then and how it reacts with sunlight...giving it a beautiful purple hue over many years

Finding purple sea glass most likely means you have found historic glass from the to the early All about the manganese used to make clear glass back then and how it reacts with sunlight.giving it a beautiful purple hue over many years

A Brief History of Sea Glass.  This is a wonderful article.

~ Sea Glass Museum 17801 North Highway Fort Bragg, CA 95437 ~~~ apparently The owner explains the different glass and value. Some is quite valuable. Then a trip to Glass Beach is in order!

Susan Richardson, New England: I call it the sleeping angel but it may have been Jesus or Mary in prayer. I found it on a special beach in Massachusetts and it was tucked down between stones – all I could see was the top of the head and I thought it was just a thick piece of clear glass. I always check, though, even if the piece may end up being something I wouldn't bring home, just in case. I've found nice red shards masquerading as brown doing the same thing!

Susan Richardson, New England: I call it the sleeping angel but it may have been…

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