A rare find: blue milk-glass, beach-combed from Swanpool 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 has a boho vibe with recycled silver balls and a wire lotus leaf to attach the pendant to the chain. The seaglass measures approximately 11mm wide and 14mm tall.
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.
Porth seaglass rings are gift packaged in a grey card box, sealed with a turquoise strip and a Porth logo sticker. Each seaglass necklace comes with special map card showing its provenance – unique to Porth jewellery and perfect for that special touch.
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