Sea Glass Rarity Guide

Beach Glass

Sea Glass Value & Rarity Sea glass value and rarity are largely dependent on color.    However, rarity varies via location.  For example, I found an abundance of black glass in Florida, as it originates from shipwrecks and trading in the Bahamas.  A collector at any other shore may find black[…]

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Jewelry Grade & Bonfire Glass

Blue Beach Glass

Jewelry Grade Jewelry grade glass is cured/frosted has no chips and is generally even in thickness.  It is smooth on all sides and surfaces.  Shape and size determine its monetary value and usability within the design trade. Pairs of sea glass that are approximately the same shape are extremely valuable in the[…]

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Where is sea glass found?

Beach Glass

My collection of sea glass was found on Palm Beach Island on the East Coast of Florida.  Hours of walking and searching in washed up sea rubble at low tide after it has been pushed ashore.  I discovered excellent places to find glass are among rocks where it gets trapped during the[…]

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What is sea glass?

14 kt Gold Sea Glass Earrings

Sea glass is fragments and shards of glass from broken bottles, that have made their way into the ocean from coastal dumpsites, shipwreck and shoreline restaurants.  Glass is rolled and tumbled by waves and current for many years.  Ultimately, sharp edges are smoothed and sheen is worn into a frosted appearance. This[…]

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