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A unique lime/olive green, 5/8 inch piece of ocean tumbled sea glass was found along a North Sea sea shore in England. It was handpicked from a rocky beach after tumbling for decades into this smooth shape and condition. WestCoastSeaGlass.com

Lime Green Mojito

This royal blue sea glass gem, sometimes called cornflower blue was found on a shore along Africa's west coast in Ghana. After tumbling in the waves and rocks for decades, it is beautifully frosted and has a pretty triangular shape. West Coast Sea Glass

Azure Blue Bezel Wrap

This half white, half cobalt/navy swirled piece has a very contrasted, striking appearance. It is genuine sea glass, picked up on a rocky North Sea shoreline in England. The rare multicolored gem has a flawless shape and patina, and measures just under 3/4" long x 1/2" wide and 1/4" thick. WestCoastSeaGlass.com

Where Sky and Sea Meet

This ruby red sea glass gem was found along a North Sea coastline in England. It measures 3/4" long, and the backside has a ridge that likely identifies this piece as originating from the rim of vintage bottle glass. It has a pristine patina on the front. The low area adjacent to the rim line on the back is off-colored after the long journey at sea. West Coast Sea Glass

English Ruby Red Bezel Wrap

This grey-blue sea glass piece was found on an English seashore along the North Sea. The color reminds us of stormy skies and large, crashing waves. This piece is smooth with a frosted, silky patina and only a couple of very minor blemishes. The large jewel measures just under 1.25 inches tall, 3/4 inch wide, and 3/8 inch thick. WestCoastSeaGlass.com

Icy Blue-Gray Bezel Wrap

This sterling silver necklace features a flawless, nearly 3/4" sea glass piece in a unique shade of aqua blue. It was found along a rocky North Sea shoreline in England. West Coast Sea Glass

Silver Lined Sky Blue

This large, bulbous beauty was beachcombed from a rugged, rocky North Sea shoreline in England. It is a breezy seafoam green color like the water that bubbles along the tide line where it was found. The thick oval gem measures 1" long, 3/4" wide, and over 3/8" thick. WestCoastSeaGlass.com

Low Tide Treasure, Seafoam Green

This multicolored sea glass piece was found on an English seashore along the North Sea. The amazing layering of color inside is truly a work of art, and this piece is smooth and shapely. This multicolored sea glass gem has royal and cobalt blue swirls of color over a frosty white background. It measures 5/8" tall, has a nice teardrop shape, and some pitting visible on the patina after years tumbling in the harsh environment of the sea. West Coast Sea Glass

North Sea Artistry

This highly frosted and smooth bauble of ocean tumbled seafoam green sea glass was found along a North Sea shore. It was handpicked from a rocky beach in England after it had naturally tumbled for decades into this well-conditioned, oval shape. West Coast Sea Glass

Bulbous UK Seafoam Bezel Cup

This teardrop-shaped piece of English sea glass features a black ribbon of color, contrasting against an otherwise frosty white jewel. The beautiful and unique piece was beachcombed from a coast along England's North Sea. It is well conditioned with a pristine, frosty patina. WestCoastSeaGlass.com

Black Ribbon Bezel Wrap

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Scottish Sea Pottery Heart

This blue-gray sea glass gem was found along a rocky North Sea shoreline in England after tumbling in the waves and rocks for decades. It is thick and frosted and has a pretty oval shape. WestCoastSeaGlass.com

Glacial Blue-Gray

This pretty yellow sea glass bauble is smooth and well-conditioned after spending years tumbling in the North Sea before it was beachcombed along a  along a rocky coastline in England. West Coast Sea Glass

Coastal Sunshine

This sea polished, light olive green sea glass piece tumbled in the North Sea for decades before being discovered along a rocky English shoreline. It is highly frosted and well-conditioned with a bulbous oval shape. It measures 1 and 1/8" x just under 1", and is 1/2" thick. WestCoastSeaGlass.com

Olive Green Martini

This grey-blue sea glass piece was found on an English seashore along the North Sea. The color reminds us of stormy skies and large, crashing waves. This piece is smooth with a silky patina and only a couple of very minor blemishes. The jewel measures just over 1 inch tall and has a thick, elongated shape. West Coast Sea Glass

Grey Inlet Bezel Wrap

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