The stark contrast of this sea glass piece shows spots of black against the otherwise frosty white nugget. The swirled look originates from molten glass that was mixed together with other colors. This resulted in a multi-hued chunk that was then discarded into the sea. The piece has spent many decades in the surf being shaped and conditioned. This piece was found along a North Sea shoreline in England.
It has a nice oval shape and measures 7/8" x 3/4" x nearly 3/8" thick and would be pretty in fine jewelry, or a complementary addition to your sea glass collection. Dime in photo for size reference.
Your gem will arrive on a card which tells the short story of sea glass and the name of the ocean from which it was beachcombed.
*You will receive exact quantity in photo.