Sea Glass Earrings
Naturally occurring sea glass begins its journey in the form of discarded glass items such as bottles, tableware, household pieces lost in natural disasters, and even shipwrecks. The broken glass is then polished and refined by the waves and currents of oceans and washed ashore. Sea glass on beaches is difficult to find these days, mainly because we no longer produce nearly as much in the way of glass products, and we’re more conscientious about proper disposal. But you can still enjoy the beauty of sea glass with these man-made sand dollars, with a five-petaled flower etched on both the front and back (as seen in the third photo).
- The sand dollar imagery is symbolic in both the Christmas and Easter seasons.
- Earring Length: ~1.5″
- The stainless steel earwires are nickel-free and lead-free.
2 in stock