Seaglass pendant with crystal
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.
Only 1 left in stock
Pendant is 4cm x 2cm including the bail. Chain is 46cm (18″) long