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I was lucky to go sea glassing a few days ago. The day was quite overcast, but at least warm. Spring is coming!
I found a lot of interesting pieces, and in particular one beautiful bottle neck. This amazing piece is obviously old. It has two metals strips embedded in the neck. I am trying to find out it’s origin and age. I’ve done dozens of searches online and lots of reading and still no luck!
If by chance anyone knows about this type of bottle please contact me on my FB page – http://www.facebook.com/seaglassvisions. Thanks!!
I have been beach combing since I was a child. I grew up on Long Island, New York. My Dad worked a night shift and when he got home in the morning during the summertime we’d head to the beach. He’d sleep, and my Mom would wake him every couple of hours and tell him to roll over. We played, and played and played. And the beaches we spent our days on were fabulous.
These are just two of the amazing shells I found recently in the Exuma, Bahamas. The larger shell on the right is just one inch long.