Pendant is 4cm x 2cm including the bail. Chain is 46cm (18″) long
This piece of seaglass was found on Seaham Beach in County Durham. Seaham is famous for its patterned seaglass as they used to be a glass factory on the beach. These pieces of glass are sometimes know as end of day glass.
This clear piece has a amber streak in it. At first I thought it had a tiny bit of seaweed stuck in it. I have made a twist of wire bail and included a silver backed crystal on it. It is then wired to a diamond cut ring that can then be slipped onto the chain.
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