Beautiful swirls of Argentium sterling silver (Argentium does not tarnish like 925 sterling silver does) hold tiny little matched pieces of white seaglass. The seaglass is removable, and they can be worn just as the swirls.
Sterling White Seaglass Heart
A naturally sea shaped seaglass heart and surrounded by pure .999 sterling silver, backed with sterling, and a heart shaped cutout that allows the light to shine through. The heart is about 3/4" and hangs on an 18" stainless choker.
Bright Green Seaglass with Pewter
A sweet little shard of seaglass in a bright pretty green backed with pewter. Comes with an 18" stainless choker.
Shell with Pewter
A gorgeously smooth sandwashed shell with a pewter finish inside one opening to show off a beautiful texture. It's 2" long and has an oblong bail. You'll get lots of compliments on this one!
Silver shell and Seaglass
A shell has been lined with shiny pewter to show off a white frosty shard of seaglass. The other side of the shell has been left naturally white. The shell is about 2" across and is a stunning statement piece.
Seaglass and Shell
A thick frosty piece of white seaglass is paired with a shell that almost looks like a flower. They are beautiful together, and hang on an 18" stainless choker.
Copper and Dark Green Seaglass Earrings
Gorgeous swirls of copper wire with tiny dark green seaglass. Swirls can be worn with or without the seaglass.
Rootbeer Seaglass and Shell
A beautiful smooth shard of rootbeer brown seaglass goes perfectly with this softly worn shell fragment. The colors are gorgeous and natural and look great against the skin.
Sterling and Aqua Seaglass
This piece of aqua seaglass is set in a sterling bezel, and backed with sterling with an opening to let the light shine through. The piece is about 1" by 1/2" and comes on a stainless 18" choker.
Seaglass and Seaweed
This necklace combines pewter and seaglass in an interesting image of sea life. It is 1" square and comes on a stainless 18" choker.
Aqua Seaglass with 14kt
I wish I could claim this one, but this was found by my aunt and her friend at Lake Erie. It looks like the bottom of a Coke bottle. I added the handmade 14kt gold bail.