Sea Glass Article
Please look at the past articles listed below about sea glass collectors, sea glass locations and sea glass hunting.
The Sea Glass Center wants to create a traveling sea glass museum but they need your help.
Hidden in the coastline of the long beaches, red sandstone cliffs, bays and harbours are naturally sculpted sea glass.
Christeena Hockin-Minopetros, owner and designer of Sea Glass Jewels, contemplates the allure of sea glass.
A couple with contrasting interests share a passion for sea glass collecting. Jessi and Jacques share tips and tricks for finding sea glass, developed as their relationship evolved.
Bermuda is a well-known destination of pink sand beaches and turquoise water for honeymooners and cruise ships. It's also home to an incredible history that makes it of special interest to sea glass collectors.
Also see... Bermuda's Best Sea Glass Spots
The Sandwich Historical Society's Glass Museum houses some of the finest examples of early American glassware in the country.
A shipwreck along the Delaware coast reveals its pottery and sea glass secrets after more than 200 years under water.
Have you ever found a piece of sea glass that had a light purple or amethyst tint to it? Have you ever wondered where this glass came from? Well, believe it or not, it started out as clear glass.
Just a short ferry ride from Long Wharf in Boston, MA, Spectacle Island offers hiking, swimming and lots of sea glass!
Her mission is to introduce people to the fascinating, healthful, healing and affordable world of beachcombing!
Inspiration from the curved, surf-worn shape of a large piece of teal sea glass inspired Svetlana Rasuleva's new passion for sea glass.
Krista Hammond collects multi-colored sea glass found around the Santa Cruz area of the California coast.
Located in Northern California among the rocky coastline is what can be considered the Mecca for sea glass collectors around the world. Find out more about this beach combers paradise.
A sea glass mural, commissioned by the Boston Parks Department, was installed at the visitor's center on Spectacle Island.
For most visitors to Puerto Rico, Old San Juan is a city of colonial delights. But did you know... you can also find delight in beachcombing for sea glass?!!!
Few sea glass collectors don't recognize the name of Richard LaMotte. What does he have to offer the sea glass collector?