Welcome to Tilia by the Sea... founded by Nicole Lind in Cupar/Fife with the ideal of creating sea glass jewellery that could be worn with pride anywhere and for any occasion. Sourced from Scotland's coasts, each piece of sea glass and pottery is carefully selected and matched to create unique and individual pieces for you.
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Lovely light yellow milk glass earrings with sea glass from world famous Seaham! These pieces are smooth, worn by the tides. Sea glass on sterling silver angel wings settings.
EARRINGS - Sea glass is approx 1.3cm long each, top drilled and then fitted onto sterling silver earring wires, 2.7cm from top to bottom of ear wire
Seaham is on the East Coast of England, near Durham and Newcastle. During the Victorian times until 1890s fabulous art glass artisan manufacturing took place in Seaham. At the end of each day small amounts of coloured glass was melted together and given to the Sea... nowadays these end of day pieces of sea glass get washed ashore. Some pieces have shades of the same colour, others are rainbow coloured.
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