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A treasure from the island of Rhodes, Greece
Gina Argyrou - Greece While walking along a small little port cove beach, that I just discovered last year, I found this pretty perfectly frosted lavender topper! Most probably once part of a candy dish. It was a thrill to find this treasure on my little beach on the Greek pebble of Rhodes.
This beach, called Cova, has a big water tunnel from a river that runs out to the Aegean Sea and that is where all the pieces of glass, pottery and ceramics turn up in the sea.
Journal: That's a beautiful find Gina! It looks like it may have been a finial from a glass cover, possibly from a candy dish like you guessed. It's wonderful to hear from someone on the other side of the world. Thanks for sharing!
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Posted May 21st, 2015
1st Annual Misquamicut Sea Glass Festival
Join us for the first annual Misquamicut Sea Glass Festival on beautiful Misquamicut Beach in Westerly, RI. Sea glass and beach themed artisans and retailers will be selling their items at the Windjammer Surf Bar by the ocean.
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