Blue English Sea Glass Necklace Wrapped In Gold
Blue English Sea Glass Necklace Wrapped In Gold
Blue English Sea Glass Necklace Wrapped In Gold
Blue English Sea Glass Necklace Wrapped In Gold
Blue English Sea Glass Necklace Wrapped In Gold
Blue English Sea Glass Necklace Wrapped In Gold
Blue English Sea Glass Necklace Wrapped In Gold
Blue English Sea Glass Necklace Wrapped In Gold
Surfside Sea Glass Jewelry

Blue English Sea Glass Necklace Wrapped In Gold

This gorgeous aqua blue, egg-shaped sea glass gem comes from England. I hand wire-wrapped it in gold-filled wire to create this seaglass necklace. This is a striking necklace when worn! Sure to receive lots of attention. It makes a perfect gift for the beach lover in your life (maybe you!). This pendant measures about 1 inch in length and comes with a gold-filled, 18 inch chain. This gem started as a shard of hand-blown glass from the Victorian era. It spent 100 years plus tumbling in the sea before being transformed by the the power of the waves into this stunning gem. Such a piece of history!

A note about Gold-Filled:
Gold-filled jewelry is composed of a solid layer of gold bonded with heat and pressure to a base metal such as brass. Literally, there is 100 times as much gold used in gold-filled pieces than gold-plated ones. It is a MUCH higher-end product than gold-plated. It will not wear off or chip ever. And, it is gold at a fraction of the price of all solid gold. Get the look and quality without the cost!

Please choose the length of the gold-filled chain you wish from the drop-down menu.

Comes with beautiful gift box.

**Please remember, ALL of my sea glass is genuine, ocean-tumbled sea glass that I collect off the rocky and sandy shores myself. It is NEVER machine-tumbled. Please pay close attention to pictures and descriptions of sea glass and do not be afraid to ask questions about where the sea glass originated from. Machine-tumbled glass has made its way into the maketplace and it sometimes listed as genuine sea glass.When it is too consistent in shape to other pieces, has too many rare colors in similar shapes, has a smoother rather than more pitted patina or its price does not reflect the value of the sea glass, it is probably too good to be true. When in doubt, please ask. You are helping to preserve the integrity of the sea glass art by doing so and I along with my colleagues thank you for that :)