This large, well-conditioned sea pottery piece has a squared shape and likely originates from a fine china dish or decorative item. It was discarded and tossed into the North Sea, where it tumbled for decades. The piece has smooth edges and a slight curve through its shape. The blue and white pattern is on the front, and the backside is white.
The beach treasure was found in Scotland and measures 1 and 3/8 inches tall x 1.25" wide. Dime in photo for size reference.
Your gem will arrive with a gift card that tells the short story of sea glass (or pottery) and the name of the ocean where it was beachcombed.
*You will receive exact quantity in photo.