Rare English

These smooth sea glass baubles were found along North Sea beaches in England. The swirled look originates from molten glass that was mixed together with other color(s). This resulted in a multi-hued chunk that was then discarded into the sea. The We have matched these pieces in our studio after they were found separately.  Each has a frosty white background, one has deep blue/ violet color mixed into the piece, the other has bits of black.  WestCoastSeaGlass.com

Contrasting Multicolored Baubles

These genuine sea glass beauties are nearly flawless with thick, rounded shapes. They are each just over 1/2" tall and were found on beaches along England's North Sea. Featured shades are sky blue, seafoam green, and yellow. WestCoastSeaGlass.com

Three English Baubles

This pristine, just over 3/4" long, aqua blue sea glass bauble was found on a rocky beach in England. It has been finely drilled from side to side and is securely held with a sterling silver pinch bail that fits through the drilled channel. The bail allows the sea glass to playfully swing slightly forward and back. WestCoastSeaGlass.com

Aqua Blue "Swinger"

This piece of English sea glass features shades of emerald green swirled together inside, layered over a frosty white background.

Swirls of Emerald Green "Swinger"

This pretty, turquoise blue sea glass gem is unique and has tumbled naturally into a smooth and frosty condition after decades in the ocean. Found on a rocky shore along England's North Sea, it shows subtle waves of darker blues inside the bright turquoise blue piece. West Coast Sea Glass

Turquoise Waves "Swinger"

This one of a kind, genuine sea glass piece has tumbled in the sea for decades before washing up on a rocky North Sea shoreline in England. It shows layers of red and berry running through the gem in bands over the top of a frosty white base. West Coast Sea Glass

Red Banded "Swinger"

This genuine sea glass gem was found on a beach along England's North Sea. Swirls of brown are layered on a frosty white base due to multiple glass colors mixing while in the molten stage of production, and then being tossed into the sea. The ocean has tumbled the glass over many years into this smooth, frosty shape. West Coast Sea Glass

Earthy English Swirl

These 1/2" rare pieces are swirled with rich orange and yellow colors. To find one is very special but two that seem to be made for each other is a very serendipitous occasion. They originate from historic, Victorian glass that was swirled together decades ago when they were in the molten phase. The pieces were discarded into England's North Sea and have been tumbling for years. West Coast Sea Glass

English Sunset

Multi-Layer Blues

Aqua Orb Earrings

Beach combed from England's North Sea, these multiple colored, 1/2" sea glass pieces originate from molten glass that was mixed together with other color(s). 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. Layers of beautiful blues; cobalt, turquoise, and aqua settle over frosty white bottom layers. WestCoastSeaGlass.com

Ocean Waves

These fascinating pieces of aqua blue sea glass were found along England's North Sea. They are each just under 1/2" wide. They both have some layering and swirls of aqua and teal within. West Coast Sea Glass

Aqua Blue Swirls

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