The rarest of all sea glass!
This piece is most likely the lens from a ship’s old oil lamp.
Deep red amberina sea glass is absolutely beautiful in the sunlight!
According to the Sea Glass Journal amberina is a two-tone glassware that gradually transitions from ruby red to amber. The red tone was originally created by adding gold chloride to amber glass before it cooled down, then reheating the areas where one desired to develop the ruby red color.
Found by me ona beach in Maine.
Measures approximately 3 inches in diameter.
I have drilled a hole and added extra sea glass and natural jute string for hanging.
Hang indoors or out.
Gift box included.
This item will be sent priority mail.
1-3 business days
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