They may be mini, but these little Sea coloured Seahams fairly pack a punch. They are not as rounded as many Seahams, but I like the way that their irregular shapes catch the light and personally I think that this makes them more interesting and of course unique. They both have a gorgeous frosting and are in perfect condition so would suit jewelry making or simply adding to your sea glass collection. (Or someone else's for Christmas?) I have used a British penny (20mm) to give you an indication of size
These beautiful Fish Eyes can be found in Seaham on the North Coast of England, where there used to be a large glass factory. The factory closed in the 1920's, but when it was operating, all the "waste" or "end of day" sea glass was thrown over the cliffs into the sea. 100 years later, this "waste" glass is being returned to us beautifully polished, in all sorts of shapes/sizes and if you are lucky in the form of a Fish Eye.