Hand painted pendants, sea glass jewellery and more! Miniature art you can wear! All available pendants have prices underneath the picture. Please email me if you would like to purchase a pendant (details on the contact page). Please contact me by email of you would like a pendant made to order. There are more examples of painted and sea glass pendants on the gallery page.
Kingfisher: Painted Slate Pendant £25
Turquoise Moon Crow: Painted slate pendant £20
Purple Seahorse: Hand painted pendant. Painted on sea slate.
Emerald Mermaid: Hand painted sea glass pendant. £20
Full Moon Barn Owl: Painted Pebble Pendant. Wire wrapped with silver plated copper wire. 1.5" x !.5" £25
Sea Turtle: Painted sea glass pendant
Blue Seahorse: Hand painted pendant. Painted on sea glass. 0.9" x 0.9" £20
Mermaid on a rock: Hand painted sea glass pendant. £20
Owl: Painted Slate Pendant £25
Daisy Bee: Hand Painted Slate Pendant. 1.5" x 1.5" £20
Mermaid: Hand painted sea glass pendant. £20
Mermaid: Hand painted pendant on sea slate. £20
Sea glass pendant with dolphin charm £12
White Sea Glass Pendant with Butterfly and Flowers. £20 Silver plated copper wire.
Hand painted flint pendant. Wire wrapped with copper wire. 1" x 1" £15
Tawny Owl: Hand painted slate pendant. Copper bail. £25
Wishful Barn Owl: Hand painted slate pendant. £25
Sunflower: Hand painted slate pendant. Silver plated copper bail. £15
Sea Glass... What's the Story?
Each individual piece of sea glass has its own unique story. But the story is a mystery. When was this glass made? Who used it? What was it used for? Where did it come from and how did it get into the sea? Some sea glass has been in the sea for decades and on rare occasions even centuries. The scarcity of sea glass is related to its colour. White and green are more common than brown. Some colours, such as purple, red, and citron are very rare. Blue is also quite rare.
Sea glass is an example of Nature sculpting an item of beauty from objects that we have discarded. Pieces of glass and pottery are tumbled and smoothed by the sea. The process can take many years. When sailors hurled empty bottles over the sides of ships, did they realise that the sea would turn them into mermaid’s tears? As glass bottles of different colours become less common in our society, sea glass is one day destined to become a thing of the past. But at the moment it’s a window to the past, to the long gone world of yesteryear.
Not only is sea glass beautiful to look at, the mystery surrounding the individual pieces makes the jewellery extra special. You can see more pictures of my sea glass jewellery if you follow the link to the gallery. I collect sea glass and sea pottery from beaches in my area regularly, so the gallery will be constantly updated with new pieces and new designs.
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