It was last October. My cell phone rang while I was road tripping, north through three states, heading home from the Sea Glass Festival. On the line was a producer from the Travel Channel who'd recently learned of the popularity and intrigue of sea glass. She... Read More
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
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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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
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