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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Japanese Ohajiki Necklace. Beach found Japan sea glass game piece called Ohajiki.
This game piece is opalescent with a green streak in colour. It is set secure in a silver plated bezel band. It has a stripe texture on both sides.
Ohajiki is approx 16mm diameter, set in a silver plated bezel band and comes with an 18" sterling silver chain.
OHAJIKI:Ohajiki is a traditional Japanese children's game similar to marbles, but flat in shape. It is played with small coin-shaped pieces also called 'ohajiki'. The pieces are typically made of glass or plastic, although historically the game was often played with pebbles or go stones. The game became popular as an indoor game for girls during the Edo period.
These ohajiki are from Miyazaki and Fukuoka, Japan and found by a beach comber friend.
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