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The lime green shade of this Pacific Ocean sea glass is bright and will glow even brighter under a black light. This is due to the uranium dioxide content put into the glass when it was originally produced.  The 3/8" gems have been set into circular  sterling silver mountings with decorative bead detail around the edges. They are post earrings with sterling silver bullet backs. The sea glass is held firmly in place with a strong epoxy. WestCoastSeaGlass.com

UV Lime Bezel Cups

These matching frosty white sea glass pieces were found along Pacific Ocean shores. They likely originate from bottle glass  and have spent years tumbling in the sea to achieve these smooth, rounded shapes. West Coast Sea Glass

Frosty White Studs

Gorgeous pieces of Pacific Ocean found, cobalt blue sea glass, have tumbled for decades to produce these smooth, frosted shapes. They measure approximately 3/8" each. WestCoastSeaGlass.com

Cobalt Blue Posts

These matching pieces of aqua blue sea glass were found along Pacific Ocean shores. They likely originate from vintage  jar, bottle, or insulator glass  and have spent years tumbling in the sea to achieve these smooth, frosted shapes. WestCoastSeaGlass.com

Aqua Blue Studs

These genuine sea glass earrings feature 3/8" pieces of soft lime, yellow-green sea glass that glow a bright neon green under a black light. This happens due to uranium dioxide that was added to the glass during the manufacturing process. These pieces have spent many years in the Pacific Ocean, naturally tumbling into these smooth, rounded shapes. West Coast Sea Glass

Rare UV Lime Green Posts

These matching pieces of emerald green sea glass were found along Pacific Ocean shores. They likely originate from bottle glass and have spent years tumbling in the sea to achieve these smooth, frosted shapes. West Coast Sea Glass

Emerald Green Posts

These beautiful earrings feature two genuine pieces of sea glass found along Pacific Ocean shores, that were tumbled naturally in the sea for decades into these endearing heart shapes. They were found separately and matched together in our studio to form this unique pair of earrings. WestCoastSeaGlass.com

Flirty Seafoam Green Posts

This genuine sea glass pair features soft, cornflower blue pieces that are approximately 1/2" long and have been beach combed along the rugged Pacific Ocean. WestCoastSeaGlass.com

Cornflower Blue Dangle Posts Earrings

A pair of emerald green sea glass pieces have been carefully drilled and fastened to .925 sterling silver "sea shell design" posts with sterling silver bullet backs. This bright green color  likely originates from vintage bottle glass. The sea glass pieces measure approximately 3/8" wide. West Coast Sea Glass

Emerald Green Dangles

Rarest red sea glass from along the rugged Pacific were beachcombed then set into these beautiful stud earrings. WestCoastSeaGlass.com

Rare Red Dots

These delicate pieces of amber brown sea glass were found along Pacific Ocean shores and likely originate from old bottle glass that was tossed into the sea. They are well conditioned pieces made smooth over many years in the ocean. West Coast Sea Glass

Amber Brown Stud Earrings

These dainty earrings feature 1/4" aqua blue sea glass dangling from silver toned bails. The .925 sterling silver posts have a seashell design and are secured with sterling silver bullet style backings. Dangles hang about 1/2" from the earlobe. West Coast Sea Glass

Aqua Blue Stud Droplets

Matching cobalt blue sea glass pieces have been carefully drilled and fastened to .925 sterling silver "sea shell design" posts with sterling silver bullet backs. This deep color of the sea likely originates from antique medicine bottle glass. The sea glass pieces measure approximately 3/8" wide. WestCoastSeaGlass.com

Cobalt Blue Dangle Post Earrings

The delicate pieces of matching cornflower blue sea glass are mounted using a strong epoxy, onto silver studs with secure sterling silver bullet backings. WestCoastSeaGlass.com

Cornflower Blue Stud Earrings