FAQs


What is Sea Glass? Discarded glass that has been shaped by tide and time. These coveted beach gems are becoming increasingly more rare as each tide passes. The term ‘sea glass’ refers to the small pieces of glass that are found on beaches, bays, seas and oceans, but can also be found on banks of large rivers. Sea glass is weathered both physically and chemically due to the constant tumbling action of waves over an extended period of time.

What is Beach Glass? The terms ‘sea glass’ and ‘beach glass’,are often used interchangeably. But the two are actually quite different. Unlike sea glass (which comes from saline water of the seas), beach glass comes from freshwater sources, and typically has a less frosted appearance and a different pH balance than real sea glass. 

Where does Sea Glass come from? Seaglass is eco Friendly and ethically sources from beaches all over the planet. It begins its journey in the form of discarded articles of glass such as bottles, tableware, pieces of household items lost in natural disasters (and even shipwrecks), which are tossed on the shore as the result of various human activities.

How To Tell The Difference Between Real & Fake Sea Glass?
The standard term to indicate that sea glass is natural found glass just the way it was picked up from the beach. We now use the term Certified Genuine Sea Glass© to distinguish ourselves from the pack.

 

Sterling Silver Care

  • Wearing your jewelry is typically the best way to keep you're sterling silver from tarnishing.  When not in use, I recommend storing in a plastic bag with recycled silicon pack or white chalk.
  • Remove any oils or dirt by cleaning your sterling silver using a soft bristle brush with dawn dish detergent.
  • Remove tarnish with polishing cloth or polishing pads. 

 

14K Gold Filled

  • Typically 14KG does not tarnish but everyone's environment is  different.
  • Remove any oils or dirt by cleaning your sterling silver using a soft bristle brush with dawn dish detergent.
  • Remove tarnish with polishing cloth or polishing pads. 

Whether you purchased a piece of sea glass or semi precious stone, it's important not expose to lotions, oils, perfume, chlorine or salt water as it could alter or damage the stone's surface.

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