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Susan Cox, MI: I found this piece of beach glass this summer here in Marquette, Michigan on the shore of Lake Superior. I'm not sure what it is but it looks like a bottle top of some type of decanter. It's quite a large piece of beach glass measuring 1-1/4 inches across. What a surprise to see this beauty shimmering in the sand that day!
Journal: That's an interesting find Susan! It's difficult to tell with just the one photo but it could be the top (or bottom) of a clear glass bottle but I suspect it may be something else. One tactic I employ when I'm stumped is to take the piece to a few antique dealers to see if any of them can identify it.
If you happen to get it identified please let us know. Thanks for sharing!
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