This necklace features a beautiful piece of light turquoise sea glass. It is turquoise on one side and white on the back, but each layer is opaque, common referred to as milk glass, or opal glass. First produced in Venice in the 16th Century, becoming very popular in the Victorian era in the UK. It hangs from an 18inch stainless steel curb chain (see material info below about this great metal). Other chain lengths or styles available on request. A special piece that would make a lovely beach gift for someone who loves the seaside.
A complete one off piece of sea glass jewellery.
Free Postage to UK.
Rarity – Uncommon dual milk glass, turquoise on top, white on reverse.
Size – See coin for scale reference. Coin used is UK 5 pence coin with 18mm diameter.
Made with highest quality surgical stainless steel wire - will not rust or tarnish. It is a hardy strong durable metal and suitable for people with metal allergies. Used in the medical industry because it is so durable and won't result in allergic reactions.
What is Sea glass?
I use genuine sea glass or pottery that has been collected from the beautiful beaches of Cornwall in the UK. Many of my pieces are found where an old harbour was once a bustling centre of trade. Old Victorian plates and glassware, are recycled by nature, and sharp shards are polished by the tide beating against the sand.
Shipping & delivery
This item will be posted to you by Beach Shack Project within 3 days of receiving payment.
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Italy, Greece, Cyprus, Germany, France, Spain, Finland, Belgium, Portugal, Poland, Ireland, Sweden, Denmark, Netherlands, Austria, Latvia, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia
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