Aqua and light teal seaglass makes me swoon and it reminds me of the crystal clear waters we saw in Tahiti!
These colours are pretty rare and I don't have many pieces in my collection so I have done quiet a bit of research and found a trusted seaglass collector (a fellow Aussie) who lives in Japan. These nuggets most probably originated from old glass fishing floats, sake bottles or storage bottles and would be close to, if not, older than a century.
Combined with gold and silver charms this glass will add a unique and lush colour to my new Summer collections. These colours tend to suit most complexions as well and look equally great worn with t-shirts and shorts or with dresses and heels.
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Even though cobalt blue glass has been produced consistently over the past 400 years or so, genuine naturally tumbled blue sea glass is a rare find. Real sea glass has a slightly uneven texture and a powdery frost that cannot be replicated. In fact of the whopping 4kg's or so that Kriket recently found at Seaham, only 3 were blue.
We are currently in a bit of a frenzy in the studio, preparing for our first stall at Handmade Canberra on September 7th and 8th. Over the past ten years, Canberra’s award winning Handmade Market has become one of the country’s largest, independent Australian-made markets.
We work from a little studio at the back of Kriket’s house. Our days are filled with hard work and lots of laughs. We obsess over each piece of glass, setting aside really unique one-off pieces for pendants, rings or bangles, and hunting down as many pairs as we can for earrings.