Pemaquid Beach Sand Earrings
- Beach sand from Pemaquid Beach in Bristol, Maine
- Choose from beach sand or added crushed lobster shell or mussel shell options
- Covered in glass in a surgical steel bezel
- Surgical steel ear wires
- Approximately .5″ bezel
The Pemaquid Beach Sand Earrings feature rare white sand from a beautiful, tranquil Maine spot.
At Pemaquid Beach, you’ll find the lovely combination of Maine landscape and beach fun. Tucked away near Bristol, Maine, the “sister” park to Pemaquid Point Lighthouse Park is this “pocket beach” (as scientists call it.) It presents a unique opportunity to enjoy a sugary, white sand beach as well as clean, clear water in mid coast Maine. Places like Pemaquid Beach are just a small taste of how incredible a Maine summer can be. As a member of the Healthy Beaches program, Pemaquid tests as one of the cleanest on Maine’s coast. Daily grooming ensures that the beach remains pristine and ready for your summer fun! Owned by the town of Bristol, Pemaquid Beach is a local favorite and has been for many years. Amenities to make your time there more convenient include changing rooms, shower rooms, outdoor showers, a beach shop, snack shack, a community room with a full kitchen, and a fun nature center!
Since 2003, the Parks Commission has been partnered with the Pemaquid Watershed Association to offer a unique nature center called “Beachcombers’ Rest”. Located inside the beach pavilion, the nature center features exhibits and displays describing the ecology of the beach. Right next to Beachcombers’ Rest, inside the pavilion, is the Community Room. This space is equipped with tables and chairs to accommodate up to 60 people. In addition, the Community Room is outfitted with a full kitchen, including an oven, stove, grill, refrigerator and sink.
Amy is inspired by Maine’s colors and landscape and how it changes with the seasons. The Pemaquid Beach Sand is set into a stainless steel charm and covered in glass. Amy, a self taught jewelry maker in Limington, Maine specializes in natural materials, glass, and wire. Amy began creating jewelry in 2006 as a hobby and over the past years, this “hobby” has grown into what it is today, allowing her to do this full-time. The true handcrafted nature of her work, quality, and aesthetic appeal has been what has made her jewelry line successful.