GENUINE Black Sea Glass Necklace RARE In Sterling Silver With Pearl
GENUINE Black Sea Glass Necklace RARE In Sterling Silver With Pearl! This piece of flawless, surf-tumbled and substantial black glass was picked up off the sand of a beach in Puerto Rico by myself recently. The sea glass almost looked like a stone until I held it to the light and saw the faintest hint of light shining through a small edge of the glass. This piece is very old. Look carefully at the gorgeous patina of this sea glass. It is beautifully-pitted and polished. It probably started off its life as an old rum bottle back when it was believed that black glass preserved the alcohol longer than lighter shades of glass. This piece, in all probability, was tossed around in the ocean for 200 + years before washing ashore!. It is wire-wrapped with .925 Sterling Silver wire. A pretty Swaorvski crystal pearl completes the pendant. Either the front or the back is suitable for display as seen in the pictures. It measures 5/8" by 1 1/2". A pretty Sterling Silver chain in the length of your choice comes with the pendant.
This necklace is the perfect accent to a formal outfit or a day at the beach. If you are interested in a beach wedding package, please email me for prices. I do have a few choice rare pieces to choose from.
Since I collect all of my own sea glass, I would love to provide you with the location, date and story behind the discovery of the piece of sea glass used to create this piece. If you would like to know more about the history of this sea glass, please convo me. I would be happy to provide you with a written record of it as well. Remember, you are purchasing not only a piece of beauty, but a piece of history as well!!
**** 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 listings for sea glass and do not be afraid to ask the seller questions about where her/his sea glass originated from. Machine-tumbled "sea glass" has hit the market and it is not always labeled as such. 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 :)
Like all my jewelry, this necklace comes beautifully-boxed with a pretty ribbon - ready for gift-giving!