A rare find: blue milk-glass, beach-combed from Greenbank Beach, Falmouth. Milk-glass is a term that was originally used by the Victorians to describe opaque white glassware but it is now made in a range of colours. The coloured varieties are traditionally a coloured layer applied over milk-white glass and is mostly used for tableware. The seaglass measures approximately 14mm wide and 15mm tall.
Greenbank is popular spot with sea swimmers on rough days where the river offers shelter, with beautiful views of the town and river.
This piece is available on a range of chain lengths. If you are unsure please read about chain lengths in the FAQ’s. Longer chains are priced slightly differently – these are shown when changing the chain length in the chain length option.
All Porth seaglass necklaces are beautifully packaged in a grey box, with the Porth logo printed in turquoise on top. Each piece of jewellery also comes with a care sheet and a small map showing where it was beach-combed for provenance. Perfect for a special gift.
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