A genuine piece of seaglass collected by myself from Seaham beach in North East England. Seaham is famous for it's seaglass that has been in the sea being shaped for around 100 years after being dumped from the old glasswork factories up to the 1920s. To learn more about the story of Seaglass, please visit my about page at: https://www.etsy.com/uk/shop/ShoreTreasuresUK/about
This piece of seaglass is beautifully coloured. It has a teardrop shape with several stripes of caramel and amber through it, with a clear base.It has a frosted appearance right around the outside, with just a couple of 'C's as you would expect.
The last picture shows this piece compared to a UK 5p, which is roughly the same size as a US dime. It's dimensions are approximately 1.2cm high x 1.1cm wide x 0.5cm deep at it's widest points.
I have a wide range of seaglass in all manners of colours and sizes, so if there is something in particular you are looking for, message me and I can look through my stash!