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August 13, 2020
Glass floats, Japanese floats, glass ball floats, About Fishing Floats, West Coast Sea Glass, Decorative glass balls, Alaska glass floats, Finding Glass Balls

 

My Latest Finds
Some of my recent sea glass finds include a handful of bubble-filled teal, or greenish blue shards. This is a rather unique color for us and likely comes from fragments of the vintage, Japanese and Korean glass... Read More

July 31, 2020
Pacific Sea Glass Collecting, Sea Glass Road Trip, Mary Beth Beuke, West Coast Sea Glass, Sea Glass Lecture, Beachcombing Magazine, Pacific Coast Rarities, Seaglass, Beach Glass

Join Mary Beth Beuke, owner, collector and artist at West Coast Sea Glass as she treks along the shores of the Pacific coast.

See rarest pieces from California, Hawaii, Japan, Oregon, Washington, Vancouver Island and more!

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May 21, 2020
sea glass, seaglass, sea glass info, Genuine vs Machine Tumbled Sea Glass, Beach Glass, Real Sea Glass, WestCoastSeaGlass.com

Terminology is key. I purposefully do not call imitation sea glass "sea glass" anymore these days. I always make a point of naming it "frosted glass" or "machine tumbled glass" or... Read More

May 21, 2020
Sea Glass Marbles, Seaglass Marbles, Beach Glass Marbles, Sea Marbles, Seaglass Info, How do Marbles End up on the Beach?, Sea Glass Marble Info, WestCoastSeaGlass.com

Pictured: Each of these true, ocean tumbled sea glass marbles were picked up from along Pacific Ocean and Caribbean beaches. Rugged and rocky shores usually tumble sea glass quite nicely. But why were marbles found along the shore? How did they get there? What... Read More

February 29, 2020
Where to Find Sea Glass, Finding Seaglass, Best Beaches for Sea Glass, Beach Glass Collecting

What is sea glass? Where and how can I find seaglass? These are often asked beach glass questions. It has become clearly evident to us as lifelong collectors that less glass is left along our shores to be picked up. This factor, paired with more and more... Read More

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