Sea Glass Souvenirs
by Jean Forman.
( Lucky Sea GlassTM )
During my travels throughout the world, I have found sea glass that I make into jewelry when I return home. These are the best souvenirs!
I have found sea glass in Antarctica, Greece, Hawaii, California, and even Russia (near St. Petersburg) and Romania (Baltic Sea).
It is great to have a special souvenir from a trip.
Sometimes, when I travel on a cruise, my fellow travelers ask me to make a pendant or earrings for them with the sea glass I have found during our trip.
Also, since I have an international sea glass collection, people can request items from many specific geographic areas even if they have not traveled with me.
Travel, sea glass and jewelry go together well.
Jean H. Forman
Lucky Sea GlassTM
Beautiful sea glass pendants
Your free-form wirework is just lovely on these gifts from the sea.
These treasures are fabulous souvenirs for you and your fellow travelers!
I love your ideas for creating custom jewelry from sea glass found in specific parts of the world. The romance of that surely makes your customers happy!
Thanks so much for sharing a bit of your artistry and your travels.
by: Patricia C Vener
Your work is lovely. I wish sea glass came is reds and pinks and purples, though. I guess it would then be sun glass, eh?
These are very pretty. The heart shape was a lucky find. Do you prchase sea glass or find it on the beach?
by: Jean of Lucky Sea Glass
All the sea glass jewelry I make is with sea glass that I have personally found on beaches throughout the world (except for a few custom pieces which have been found by my customers!). The seaglass is authentic, unenhanced, and unaltered, except for wire wrapping or hand drilling on some pieces. Colors include red, blue, aqua, amber, white, and green.
Authentic sea glass
by: Lucky Sea Glass
All the sea glass jewelry I make is with authentic, beachcombed sea glass I have found throughout the world. The sea glass is wire wrapped and/or hand drilled, but not changed in any other way. Colors include blue, green, amber, white, aqua, turquoise, red. Some are very rare colors!
Sea Glass Jewelry
by: Mermaid’s Purse
Isn’t fun to have sea glass from your travels? There are beautiful collectibles that will last a life time.
Fair Winds and Calm Seas,
by: bodciously beaded
I use a lot of Sea Glass. Mine actually comes from a bay and a gentleman told me that there is a diffence in the stippling, one is a little milkier than the other. I even use the bottoms of bottles for collage pins and they turn out wonderfully. Bigger pieces work just as well as small ones. I have so much fun finding my glass.
Beautiful Sea Glass
Not long ago on the History Channel I watched the show Treasure Hunters. There was an entire section on sea glass and it is very valuable, especially the red. I love treasure \o/