Beach Sea Glass Choker

by Steve.
(California)

Beach Sea Glass Choker by Steve  - featured on Jewelry Making Journal

Beach Sea Glass Choker

I have lived next to my town’s old dump site. These pieces have been collected over my 40+ years of beachcombing.

I drill each piece with a diamond drill. Natural abalone was found beachcombing years ago. Each bead had been in the ocean for at least 70 years.

Beach Sea Glass Choker by Steve  - featured on Jewelry Making Journal

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  • What a treasure trove, Steve! This choker is gorgeous – a unique piece with an interesting story behind it. Thank you for sharing this!

  • Colleen says:

    Very nice! Love the color!!

  • Coral says:

    Love it! Gorgeous colour in the glass, and great design. Although I live by the beach on a small Scottish island, we don’t get such lovely colours of beach glass so often now, mostly white.

  • Tamara Robertson says:

    Beautiful!

  • Linda Lohraff says:

    I love beach glass and this necklace is so unique and beautiful.

  • Hahaha! Not to copy other posts but what can I say the colors are subtle but popping, I love your creation and your choice of focal bead enhance the sea glass even more. Great marrying of your stone choices.

  • Judith says:

    So delicate and pretty! What an inspiration to recycle and repurpose!

  • Steve says:

    Thank you so much everyone! What an honor to be chosen to have my piece in the gallery!

  • LuElla Spears says:

    Very lovely colors! So soothing!

  • Nancy says:

    Steve ~ is this necklace for sale?
    Cheers,
    Nancy

  • Barbara says:

    Beautiful!

  • What a lovely colours!

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