Perfect mixed Hot Pink Victorian English sea glass earrings in our Original Wire Bezel© setting in Sterling Silver.
Two perfectly matched smaller pieces of sea glass that originated as scrap art glass set in our Original Wire Bezel© setting that leaves the sea glass UNALTERED from the way it was found on the beach.
This sea glass originated in England and is a result of scrap art glass that were to be decorative housewares in the Victorian era. The verified source is the Hartley Wood art glass house in Sunderland England just up the beach from Seaham where these pieces were found. This glass house produced "Streaky Glass" vases and bowls during the late 1800's thru the early 1900's. Remnants are now found on local beaches and are considered to be of the finest sea glass in the world today.
This pair is a vivid hot pink in a pure white base.
Extremely hard sea glass to match as it was not purposefully made into an end product but randomly as a byproduct of the art glass industry in England. Maybe one of the LAST pairs we will be able to do in this color as the sea glass coming from this area is now sold by the piece making it impossible to make matches.
This pair comes on professional grade French Earwires of Fishook Earrings but other earring options like Leverbacks, Surgical Steel (hypoallergenic), posts and clips are available.
Comes with a deluxe presentation gift box, perfect for gift giving.
SOLD - Sorry this Sea Glass Earring selection is NO LONGER AVAILABLE!
- Sea Glass Color:
- Mixed Pink
- Sea Glass Quality 1-5:
- Rarity Value 1-5:
- Color Value 1-5:
- Possible Source:
- Scrap Art or EndODay Glass From Glass Factories
- Beach Location Found:
- Seaham England
- Metal(s) Used:
- Sterling Silver
- Sea Glass Sizes L x W x Thickness:
- 1/2 x 3/8 x 1/8th inches
- Finished Size Length (Including Earwire):
- 1 3/8 Inches Total Dangle From Top Loop