Beach Glass is One of Nature's Finest Treasures . . .
. . . as it is the result of broken pieces of glass gathering along the shoreline of lakes and oceans due to many & various reasons: shipwrecks, boater's trash or simply bottles left on the beach-washed off shore-brought back by the waves in beautiful beach glass form. As the glass tumbles against the sand and water, it starts to establish it's own very unique shape and form. This can sometimes take years, even decades to develop.
No two pieces of beach glass are exactly alike as the colors of beach glass can be very unique as well. Some of the most common colors are white, brown and green. Cobalt blue and aquamarine are not very common. Colors like red, orange, yellow and purple are rare and very hard to find.
The beach glass I hand-pick is in it's natural state right from the south shores of Lake Erie. I hand drill all my own pieces using only water with a diamond tip bit.