This rare seafoam green beach glass marble was found on a shore along the Pacific Ocean. It has retained its perfectly spherical shape and has a matte, frosted patina after tumbling at sea for decades.
This type of marble, called a Codd marble, originates from a Codd neck bottle where a marble was used inside carbonated drink bottles to act as a stopper or seal.
We have carefully drilled the 1/2" diameter sea glass marble horizontally and it is securely held with a sterling silver pinch bail that fits through the drilled channel. The bail allows the marble to spin in the setting. The total pendant length is 1 inch long. It hangs on a 22" sterling silver bead chain unless otherwise requested.
Your necklace will arrive in a cotton-lined gift box with a card that tells the short story of sea glass and the name of the ocean where your piece was found.