Cornish Sea glass

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Cornish Seaglass

Since moving to Cornwall collecting seaglass has been a passion of mine and a hobby that can be enjoyed by the whole family. For those of you that don’t know, seaglass is otherwise known as beach glass or ‘mermaids tears’. It is old pieces of glass that have been discarded into the sea and have been broken and moulded by the sea tossing and turning them over the years turning the shards into frosted gems of glass. Cornwall has some of the best beaches in the world for searching for these hidden gems and can reveal a surprising array of different colours, shapes, sizes and types, many well over 100 years old. These can range from the rarest colours , orange , yellow and turquoise generally from tableware of the early 1900’s, to the more common greens and brown of the early wine and beer bottles and a huge range…

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