Pictured - A rare piece of English Sea Glass that was once a pontil rod. Pontil Rods are glass rods used to turn glass in a kiln. They are usually discarded, in this case, into the sea. This piece is quite rare as most pontil rods are less expensive colors of glass(like white).
By The Sea Jewelry prides itself on offering some of the finest sea glass from around the world!
Genuine Sea Glass TM (or whatever term you use) means the glass in your jewelry is unaltered from the way it was found on the beach (uncut or tumbled by any artificial means). Real natural sea glass comes from old bottles, jars and other glass items that have been discarded in the ocean and tumbled naturally by waves and sand over many years. It can take many decades for sea glass to be formed.
By The Sea Jewelry is proud to offer some of the rarest sea glass pieces available for public sale.
Genuine Sea Glass TM (natural sea glass) has many characteristics man made glass cannot duplicate. Visit us at By The Sea Jewelry to learn about the qualities of these natural sea gems.
(Please note, this page constitutes legal notice that the trademark in use term Genuine Sea Glass TM is intellectual property of By The Sea Jewelry (Linda Jereb) and may not be used unless express permission is obtained from the owner. Commercial use of this term is protected by U. S. Trademark Law Rules Of Practice& Federal Statutes U. S. Patent& Trademark Office)