Wednesday, October 14, 2009

Grey Goose

Another gorgeous find by my parents in Cape Breton. They found a few greys this summer, rare in themselves, but this one is my favourite. Its perfectly smooth, with lots of frosting and some bubbles evident in the glass, usually indicative of hand blown or very old glass. Too beautiful a piece to cover or compete with fussy metalwork, it was drilled with simple jump ring bails and hangs on a 20" sterling silver ball chain. It was freezing cold here today, called for snow last night, but we didn't get it (thank goodness as we're in the process of having new windows installed). Sea Glass hunting days are almost over for another year. How can that be?


  1. These are lovely finds and equally lovely finished works. It must be so exciting when you make a great sea glass discovery. :)

  2. It sure is. Soon the beaches will be covered in ice and snow, and we will have to wait until spring to get our fix.


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