Sea Glass Stack Wave Earrings
- sea glass found on the coast of Maine
- hung inside a sterling silver tear drop
- sea glass stack is ~1/4″, ~3/4″ sterling silver wave
- ~1 3/4″ ear wire to bottom of sea glass
- hand made by Sue in Southern Maine
Sea Glass by Sue is made by – you guessed it – Sue! Sue and her family have lived in Maine for over 25 years. Her sea glass collection is handmade in Kennebunk, Maine. Each piece of sea glass is naturally surf tumbled and created with sterling silver to create beautiful pieces of jewelry such as these Sea Glass Stack Wave Earrings.
Sea glass is made from glass that has been broken in the ocean and washed and tumbled back onto the coast. Whether it be sandy or rocky beach the sea glass pieces are smoothed using the natural materials of the earth, creating smooth, translucent pieces of glass. No two pieces of sea glass are ever identical.
It is becoming harder to find every day. In a positive light this is hopefully the result of a decrease in littering and instead, an act of preserving our environment. And to those who continue the search for these little gems, good luck and enjoy the challenge.
Sterling silver chains and ear wires don beautiful pieces of sea glass often by themselves and are otherwise complimented by a freshwater pearl or a sterling silver anchor or sailboat charm. Occasionally a pair of matching earrings comes in but as the sea glass is becoming more and more rare it is harder and harder to find pieces of glass that match.