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2nd Time Glass by Wendy Craig

2nd Time GlassWendy Craig blames her sea glass hunting addiction (not curable, by the way) on her two Chesapeake Bay Retrievers who swim in the ocean all year round. Her 2nd Time Glass Sea Glass Jewelry Designs are classic, simple but elegant, and are suitable for blue jeans or a night at the opera. Wendy maintains an ebay store and an etsy store online and is most known as the lady who can make your special order just the way you pictured it and at an affordable price. She is proud to be a member of the North American Sea Glass Association helping to preserve the integrity of genuine sea glass for future family heirloms. Wendy lives in the heart of the woods near Hackettstown, NJ.

A Day at the Beach, Fine Sea Glass Jewelry & Accessories

A Day At The BeachA Day at the Beach Fine Sea Glass Jewelry is crafted with authentic sea glass naturally conditioned by the sea after years of tumbling in waves, rock and sand. Our gems of the sea make stunning jewelry certain to be cherished by anyone who dreams of the simple relaxation of a day at the beach. Our jewelry is handmade with only the highest quality materials and each piece is individually designed. We collect our own sea glass and also purchase from professional collectors. We are located in Rhode Island and the Florida Keys and are proud members of NASGA.

All About Sea Glass

All About Sea Glass I'm Paula Fedele. My story starts with an early love of colorful glass. My parents were antique dealers in Buffalo, NY and my grandmother had a summer cottage on Lake Erie; the combined scenarios laid the foundation for the future of AllAboutSeaGlass.com. I transitioned from creating beaded jewelry into sea glass jewelry in 2007 when an aunt gave me her collection gathered from her earlier years on Cape Cod. I travel and collect most of my sea glass from the Caribbean, California and New England. I couple my designs with sterling silver wire and findings to showcase the beauty of the glass. Jewelry design is a big part of what I do with my "Jewels from the Sea;" but I also create seaglass frames and note cards.

Amyables Sea Glass Jewelry

Amyables Sea Glass JewelryI have been collecting sea glass since I was a little girl and making jewelry since 2006. Most of my sea glass is found along the Massachusetts North Shore. What I cannot find I purchase from reputable collectors. The only alteration made to the glass is when I drill a hole through it. Each piece of jewelry is made with sterling silver wire and findings. Some designs also have pearls and Swarovski crystals. Amyables Sea Glass Jewelry is designed and made by Amy Kostecki.

Annapolis Sea Glass Studio | The Sea Glass Companion

Annapolis Sea Glass StudioEllie Mercier, of Annapolis Sea Glass Studio and The Sea Glass Companion has always felt "at home by the sea," studied oceanography at George Washington University before earning her Master's degree from Johns Hopkins University. Mercier began photographing, writing articles about, and designing art, from sea glass, after her Father Klaus, relocated to a house on the Chesapeake Bay. Participating in juried art shows, and acquiring accounts with maritime museum and ocean resort shops inspired Ellie to open Annapolis Sea Glass Studio in 2006. The Studio's signature sea glass bracelets, driftwood mirrors, and beach glass speckled hair combs delight even the most selective of retail and wholesale buyers alike.

Beach Baubles

Beach BaublesHello, and welcome to Beach Baubles™! I'm always busy in my beach bungalow home studio, creating tidal treasures for beach lovers to enjoy! These treasures are made from genuine sea glass, also known as beach glass or Mermaid's Tears, seashells, sea pottery/china shards, and beach stones. Among the products I create are: accessories such as keychains, and hairpins; jewelry such as earrings, necklaces, chokers, bracelets and anklets; home decor items such as ceiling fan/light pulls, wine glass charms, suncatchers, wind chimes, and ornaments.

Beach Bum Jewels, Authentic Beach Glass Jewelry

Beach Bum JewelsBeach Bum Jewels features a diverse line of authentic, handcrafted beach glass jewelry. An avid boater and beach-comber, Linda Mickevicius, along with her husband Ben and their two yorkies, Livvy & Abby, spend many hours along the magnificent shores of Lake Michigan collecting beautiful beach glass gems to be used in her jewelry. In addition to the online business and custom designs, Linda's jewelry can be found in select Harbor Country galleries and boutiques.

Beach Glass Bingo

Beach Glass BingoBeach Glass Bingo was established in 2000 by Gene Allen and Rex Nockengust. Actors and singers most of their lives, they have always been avid collectors of beach glass. It was while the two were living in Hawaii that they mastered the technique for drilling glass and began making jewelry out of these "gems." with their move to San Diego, what began as a hobby has turned into a full-time occupation for both Gene and Rex.

Black Dog Design by Cindy Mullen

Black Dog Design"Black Dog Design was inspired from my black Standard Poodle. We would walk the beaches along Lake Huron, while I collected sea glass. My love of the oceans, came from living on a 39ft. sailboat for 12 years in the Bahamas and the Caribbean. So my new adventure started in 2009 designing unique sea glass jewelry. Every piece is designed by myself, using only unaltered sea glass, except to drill holes. I set the pieces in a bezel setting of sterling silver or wrap in Argentium sterling silver. Enjoy what Mother Nature gave back to us in these sea glass gems." Black Dog Design Black Dog Design

By The Sea Jewelry, Distinctive Sea Glass Jewelry for Beach Lovers

By The Sea JewelryOwned and maintained by one of the founders of NASGA, Linda Jereb is a passionate advocate for genuine, natural beach sea glass. By The Sea Jewelry specializes in rare natural sea glass from around the world in a variety of settings ranging from simple wire set to bezel settings in fine silver. By The Sea is the oldest internet site for sea glass jewelry and has provided sea glass information to the public for over 18 years.

Coastal Charms Sea Glass Jewelry

Coastal Charms Sea Glass JewelryThe creation of Coastal Charms Sea Glass Jewelry was inspired by some of my favorite things... the salty sea breeze, the feeling of warm sand between my toes, and the delightful discovery of sea glass nestled in the sand. I love to design beautiful sea glass jewelry, knowing that nature had a helping hand. Deborah Foley is a member of NASGA.

Coastal Creations by Heidi & Ted Blake

Coastal CreationsWe have collected Sea Glass for over 40 years while living in several countries and on both the east and west coast of the United States. Our art is one of a kind, with the glass used as its found. Our windows have more then 1500 pieces on average. Additionally we created jewelry, clocks, lamps shadowboxes and much more. You may reach us by phone at 757-696-0340 or email: Heidiej_517@yahoo.com

Coqui Corner Jewels, A Sea Glass Studio

Coqui Corner JewelsFrank and Mary Pearson, owners of Coqui Corner Jewels, design and create original sea glass jewelry using all natural sea glass that they have personally hand selected in the Caribbean. The sea glass is not altered in any way, making each creation unique. When hand picking the sea glass, only the pieces that are completely smooth and jewelry grade are chosen. Their jewelry includes necklaces, bracelets, earrings and anklets. All pieces are drilled and hung on sterling silver. They are commercial members of the NASGA.

Corjewels

CorjewelsBlame my husband for my glass addiction. I saw a glass blowing demo while vacationing in the Virgin Islands and I’ve been obsessed ever since. I had been making jewelry with glass and semi-precious stones when a gallery owner asked if I would do seaglass. Glass fascinates me: it’s the best material to upcycle endlessly. Seaglass gives you so much beauty and history without mining the earth. I like to try odder colors and create showy, statement jewelry besides more laid-back styles. Corjewels.com

Dee2West, Specializing in Unique Sea Glass Jewelry & Photography

Dee2WestEven as an identical twin, DeeDee West knows that no two things are alike. Perhaps that's what draws this Southern California native to comb the shorelines for unique and authentic sea tossed glass that has tumbled ashore. Just as nature takes something mundane, like a broken bottle and turns it into something beautiful, DeeDee takes these shards of glass and creates colorful and one-of-a-kind pieces of jewelry. DeeDee hand-makes each piece of her sea glass jewelry using her keen eye. It's that same keen eye that allows her to capture treasures through photography. Two passions. Endless possibilities.

DMG Creations, Precious Metal Clay Beach & Sea Glass Jewelry

DMG CreationsDottie Gilbo grew up a few blocks from the shores of Lake Erie and loved picking up the pretty gems from the beach, never thinking that one day they would become beautiful pieces of jewelry from those gems. After taking silversmithing classes to make beveled rings and necklaces, she then discovered Precious Metal Clay, took classes and loved how much fun PMC is to work with and how creative you can be. She now incorporates English sea glass with the PMC to make beautiful silver jewelry. I’m proud to be a member of NASGA.

From The Sea Jewelry

From The Sea JewelrySharing the beauty of the ocean with my friends is my favorite pastime. I started making sea glass jewelry three years ago and have recently decided to make my creations available to others. Sea glass is truly one of nature's vanishing treasures. Due to recycling and the increased use of plastics is becoming rare. For my jewelry I use only genuine, unaltered sea glass that I have personally collected from the shores of the U.S and the sands of the Caribbean. Please visit fromtheseajewelry.com.

Glass Beach Jewelry, Hand Crafted by Captain Cass

Glass Beach JewelryCapt. J.H. (Cass) Forrington spent 27 years at sea, visiting over 50 countries on every coast of every continent except Antarctica. He has visited the Amazon Indians, has sailed up the Congo River and has been 600 miles from the North Pole. He now spends his retirement combing the magnificent "Glass Beaches" of Fort Bragg, California, the highest concentration of sea glass in the world, for rare and precious sea gems from which to craft his jewelry and create displays for his Sea Glass Museum.

Gull Cottage Crafts

Gull Cottage CraftsWhat starated out as a young girl's cherished sea glass collection has grown into a family run business which specializes in one-of-a-kind stained glass creations featuring sea glass and pottery shards hand collected along beaches in Southeastern Massachusetts and Rhode Island. Looking to the sea glass itself for inspiration, we combine the unique colors, textures and patterns with traditional stained glass to capture the intrinsic beauty of each piece. Our creations include sea glass lampshades, panels, angels, sailboats and mermaids.

HL Sea & Beach Glass Jewelry by Holly L'Homedieu

HL Sea & Beach Glass Jewelry LLCSurrounded by water, a native Long Islander in New York, Holly L'Homedieu has taken sea glass combing to the next level. You can find the finest quality collectors pieces and antique relics of the sea, genuine sea glass jewelry of all kinds, even custom orders. She can make your dreams into sea glass jewelry!

House of Z

HL Sea & Beach Glass Jewelry LLCThe House of Z (at the sea) was created by Amy and Drew Burchenal. We search the shorelines of New York City for sea glass. It may seem like a surprising place to find sea glass, but it is a city of many islands and diverse shorelines. We make handmade jewelry using only genuine sea glass that we have found. It keeps us doing what we love, searching for treasures! We also make kaleidoscopes and artwork with the sea glass we find.

JCM Jewelry by Colleen Marie

JCM Jewelry by Colleen MarieHandmade JCM Jewelry by Artisan Colleen Marie is truly unique and one of a kind. Each piece is individually designed and handcrafted by jewelry Artisan Colleen Marie. Her designs are modern and contemporary but still capture all the grace and artistry of traditional jewelry designs. Colleen uses only the finest quality materials, including authentic, race and vintage sea glass. Looking for unusual gifts for a special occasion, then look no further. JCM delivers high quality handcrafted jewelry just for you. Customize your Bridal needs! Colleen is a commercial member of NASGA.

Jersea Girl Sea Glass

Jersea Girl Sea GlassJersea Girl Sea Glass was established in 2011. As a beach wanderer and collector of glass I wanted to create something with my growing collection of glass. I began to design and create jewelry and sea glass accessories. My hope is that each piece will bring joy to the person who receives it. I love that we are "recycling" a part of something that has been used before by others that we do not know. The mystery of this is intriguing to me. It makes me happy to know that these bits of history have found a new life and will be useful, beautiful and enjoyed again. I hope you enjoy "Jersea Girl" products. I am open to special orders for weddings and special occasions-just contact me so we can discuss your desires!

Kazmir Designs

Kazmir DesignsI'm a collector at heart. My work is inspired by Mother-Nature's colors, textures, movement and the layers and dimensions of everything I see. Whether crafting copper cuffs with sea glass, pendants, wire wrapped sea glass, dazzling sea glass sun-catchers or mellow wind chimes, each of these diverse art forms reminds me of childhood adventures at the beach. My morning beach walks, the people I meet and the artisans I visit with in my search for the most interesting materials, also make their impression on the handwork that appears before me at my workbench.  As I create, I think of how each piece shares a story.

Kurbaga Artisans

Kurbaga ArtisansWelcome to Kurbaga Artisans!  My jewelry is inspired by years of travel and of all things that sparkle! The sea glass that I use comes hand picked from the shores of Maryland, Florida, California, Hawaii and some pieces are from Puerto Rico and Bermuda. Working with fine sterling silver and sea glass I work to create unique one of a kind pieces of jewelry.  It is my goal to enhance the beauty of each piece of sea glass with fine sterling silver and gemstones.

Lili D. Magpie Creations, Originals by Lisa Giddings

Lili D Magpie CreationsLDMC features handmade eco-friendly jewelry made with genuine sea glass and beach glass from around the world. As a self-taught jewelry artisan, Lisa Giddings draws inspiration from the natural world, art, and historic fashion. She enjoys working with and combining many different mediums., such as sterling silver, sea beach glass, stone, silk, wool, shell or anything else that catches her 'magpie eye'. Lisa specializes in high quality channel cutting and wire bezel work, the learning of which led her to create her "Stemmed Sea Glass" for bridal bouquet and home decor. Lili D Magpie Creations is proud to be a commercial member of NASGA.

Lisa Hall Jewelry, Natural Sea Glass & Gemstones in Gold & Silver

Lisa Hall JewelryLisa Hall began her career as a jeweler and designer in Florence, Italy. Trained in classical jewelry techniques, she turned to sea glass as an opportunity to work with a "new" material and integrate her impressive collection of sea glass, found over the years on the beaches of coastal Maine islands. Her jewelry became a hit almost overnight after she was "discovered" by Martha Stewart, who featured Lisa's work both in her magazine and on her television show, and as they say, the rest is history. Lisa is happy to join the group of individuals who make the NASGA possible.

Lita Sea Glass Jewelry, Carla Garro

Lita JewelryCarla Garro, the owner and designer of Lita Sea Glass Jewelry has loved jewelry and sea glass as long as she can remember. Because sea glass is becoming increasingly rare, she takes pride in finishing each piece perfectly, to create a lasting lifetime keepsake. All Lita designs are carefully handcrafted with “jewelry quality” sea glass and solid sterling silver findings. Carla’s unique seasonal sea glass jewelry designs are sold in dozens of boutiques along the east coast and at Lita Sea Glass Jewelry online.

Local Color Sea Glass

Local ColorMyrna, formerly a fiber artist in upstate NY, moved to the island of Vieques off the east coast of Puerto Rico a dozen years ago. With her new puppy, Sam, she started walking the beaches near her Caribbean home, picking up sea glass. As the glass accumulated so did the desire to do something with it! Since touch and texture were such a part of working with fibers she uses much of this feel in her jewelry making-- loving organic touches. Though using fine metals for some work she also incorporates leather and non-presious metals as well. Her napkin rings were featured in the Puerto Rican publication "Beinvenidos" and as well were used at the restaurant of the well known Inn on the Blue Horizon. Myra is a certified Artesania Puertorriquena as well as a commercial member of the NASGA.

Mainley Sea Glass, Jewelry With Glass Carved By The Sea

Mainely Sea GlassLocated in Harrison Maine, sea glass jewelry designer Beth Frechette of Mainely Sea Glass offers a wide array of beautiful sea glass jewelry. Each piece is handcrafted with fine and sterling silver, we use only the finest, as found, sea glass from the coast of Maine and from around the world.. We have one of a kind necklaces, earrings, bracelets, and rings. Custom orders are always welcome!

The Marooned Crab

Marooned CrabMarooned Crab Creations, LLC specializes in small-scale jewelry made with sea glass, shells, and pearls. My inspiration comes form the shapes, colors and textures found in nature. I utilize a variety of jewelry-makling techniques to combine natural objects with gemstones and precious metals. My goal is to enhance the natural item while maintaining simplicity of design."

Monterey Bay Sea Glass by Nancy Allen

Monterey May Sea Glass by Nancy AllenMy jewelry is inspired by years of surfing and collecting sea glass while exploring the Northern California coast. After retiring from the corporate world, I turned this passion into making unique and handcrafted jewelry, set on sterling silver, from sea glass I collect. My goal is to blend the best of nature, art, and creativity into something special to share with others. I donate one-third to local organizations focused on animal rescue and marine conservation. Please visit our website at Monterey Bay Sea Glass.

Oceano Sea Glass

Oceano Sea GlassCaribbean sunshine, endless sea, an arts education from the School of Visual Arts in New York, along with metalsmith training at the Revere Academy in San Francisco, allow Christine Gable Epstein to imbue her designs with a tropical spirit while maintaining a modern sensibility. Her beach-inspired jewelry, Oceano Sea Glass, is made with meticulous craftsmanship -- honoring the special and unique beauty of sea glass. She also accepts commissions, working directly with clients to make their sea glass jewelry wishes come true.

Ophiuroidea

Out of the Blue Sea Glass JewelryShella Kirchner and Kim Hannon, owners of Ophiuroidea in Saint Michaels, Maryland, have always been in love with the beach. From living by the beach as children, to the trips made throughout their lives... they bring an excitement for the coastal lifestyle and art that they want to share with others. Their love of beachcombing for sea glass, shells and driftwood along the ocean and Chesapeake Bay's shorelines, led to creating and hosting the Eastern Shore Sea Glass Festival held yearly in Saint Michaels, Maryland.

Out of the Blue Sea Glass Jewelry

Out of the Blue Sea Glass JewelryA sea glass jewelry pioneer, Lisl Armstrong has been making sea glass jewelry for a living since 1987. Out of the Blue Sea Glass Jewelry originated in Puerto Rico and is now based in the Outer Banks of North Carolina. Lisl and her husband collected sea glass themselves from the beaches of Puerto Rico, Indonesia, Costa Rica and the USA. She works mostly with sterling silver wire using techniques that have changed little since ancient times. Lisl enjoys making jewelry that is natural and rustic in look and feel, as she finds that sea glass invokes the primitive, mysterious and ancient. Lisl is a commercial member of the NASGA.

Posey's By The Sea

Posey's By The SeaRon and Sue Posey discovered sea glass at the 2008 NASGA Festival in Lewes, DE. Once they found their first piece of sea glass, they were hooked!  Walking the beaches of the Eastern Shore of MD and VA seeking the ultimate treasure from a time gone by has become their favorite pastime. They use these treasures to create jewelry, home and garden décor. Their product line is only limited by their creativity!

Relish Jewelers, Beach Glass Studio & Gallery

Relish Inc., Beach Glass StudioRelish Jewelers, Beach Glass Studio & Gallery is located in Erie, PA. Our fabulous line of affordable fine jewelry is handmade using genuine sea glass, sterling silver, and/or 14kt gold. The most unique and original jewelry coming out of the North Coast, fresh from the shores of Lake Erie. Relish... where quality, creativity and craftsmanship count!

Sea Found Studio

Sea Found StudioLuke Hartmann is the owner/artist of Sea Found Studio. Located on the coast of Down East Maine, Hartmann specializes in authentic sea glass jewelry. Each piece of jewelry is individually designed with Fine Silver, 18K Gold and genuine found Sea glass, collected by Luke himself. All jewelry is one of a kind, meticulously handcrafted, and made to order in his home studio. Sea Found Studios strives to create simple, elegant jewelry that showcases fine metal craft, and the eye-catching beauty of handpicked glass. Creating unique bracelets, rings, earrings, pins and custom orders, Luke is a proud commercial member of NASGA.

Sea Ginny's Beach Glass, Genuine Jersey Shore Sea Glass Jewelry

Sea Ginny's Beach GlassGinny and Bill Pointon of Sea Ginny's Beach Jewelry journey began on the beaches of the Jersey Shore in 2003. The sea glass used in our unique jewelry is carefully chosen from beaches around the globe. Sea Ginny's jewelry designs are drilled with precision and are hand created with fine silver made with PMC (precious metal clay) that adds a unique one-of-a-kind touch to each jewelry design. Sea Ginny specializes in earrings, bracelets, necklaces, and we also offer unique holiday pins and ankle bracelets. We are proud to be Commercial Members of the NASGA.

The Sea Glass Center

The Sea Glass CenterThe Sea Glass Center is a nonprofit corporation organized in the State of Maine. Our mission is to educate the world about all aspects of sea glass and to preserve a world-class collection for the public to explore and enjoy. One way we intend to fulfill our mission is to create a traveling museum exhibit of sea glass that will round the globe stopping at museums, aquariums, and science centers so that the public can learn about these treasured artifacts right in their home town.

Sea Glass Designs, Canada

Sea Glass Designs, CanadaWelcome to Sea Glass Designs! Our earth friendly, organic style jewelry is designed with sterling silver and natural sea glass, a true collaboration between man and nature. We use only genuine sea glass, hand picked from the shores of the Atlantic and beautiful beaches worldwide.

Sea Glass Designs, USA

Sea Glass Designs USABruce and Gail Barton spend the winter months living aboard their sailboat in the northern Bahamas collecting rare sea glass shards. The area is rich in beautiful old sea glass as a result of numerous shipwrecks on the reefs off the islands during the early 1800s. Their jewelry includes necklaces, bracelets, and earrings that are either wire wrapped, drilled or mounted in sterling silver bezels. They also make picture frames, note cards and other artwork from the sea glass. They are commercial members of NASGA.

Sea Glass Heart Art

Sea Glass Heart ArtSea Glass Heart Art began in 2009 in Madison, Ohio on Lake Erie. I, Stephanie Swain, have been collecting sea glass for years and then in 2009 I started creating my sea glass art. I create mosaics, cards, ornaments and small pictures to sell at festivals, online and boutique stores. The mosaics are my passion; from the design to attaching each piece of sea glass, one piece at a time, until the art work is completed. The frames for all of my mosaics are also handmade by my husband, Barry. Presently, I sell my artwork at art festivals and online at Sea Glass Heart Art. Many of my pieces can also be found at boutique stores from Michigan, Ohio and Maryland.

Sea Glass Jewelry by Danielle Renee

Sea Glass Jewelry by Danielle ReneeAward winning sea glass artisan Danielle Renee Mullen creates original and unique sea glass jewelry with vintage sea glass in both silver and gold. A passionate sea glass collector, this collection has expanded to include some of the rarest sea glass finds from around the globe. Using only genuine, top quality sea glass and transforming each piece into a stunning work of art, Danielle has recently been awarded the title "Artist of the Month" in her home town of Haverhill, Massachusetts, well known for it's historic art district. Sea Glass Jewelry by Danielle Renee features one of the largest galleries of rare sea glass jewelry on the web. Now selling loose and bulk authentic New England sea glass!

Sea Glass Jewels and Company by Christeena Hockin-Minopetros

Sea Glass Jewels & CompanyChristeena Hockin-Minopetros, jewelry designer, photographer, and award-winning floral designer, is the owner of Sea Glass Jewels and Company. An avid sea glass collector since her youth at the Jersey Shore, Christeena now devotes her time and passion to finding unique and beautiful sea glass in the Greek Isles. Her newly-released book, Sea Glass: a Photographic Journey, showcases her photos of some of her rare and colorful beach finds. Christeena's jewelry designs are unique; one-of-a-kind pieces, hand crafted using her sea glass treasures with sterling silver. She and her husband spend their winters in the Florida Keys and summers in Greece, where her husband is a sailing boat captain. Enjoy the journey.

The Sea Glass Journal, The Online Resource for Sea Glass Lovers

The Sea Glass JournalAn online magazine for sea glass collectors, artisans and those who are just plain curious about sea glass. Learn more about the history of sea glass, some of the world's great glassing spots, craft and jewelry ideas, and interviews with other sea glass lovers.

Sea Glass Publishing

Sea Glass PublishingSea Glass Publishing was established in 2003 by author Richard LaMotte and his wife Nancy, who opened an independent publishing company on Maryland's Eastern Shore to produce and market Richard's book Pure Sea Glass. The book earned first place for non-fiction in Writer's Digest International Self Publishing Book Competition and was honored by a charitable writer's conference that named their event "Pure Sea Glass." Richard is one of the founding Board Members of the NASGA.

Sea Glass Searcher's Club

Sea Glass Searchers ClubI am Cindy Bilbao, artist and author of 2 sea glass books. It is because of my enthusiasm for sea glass that I started the Sea Glass Searcher's Club website so that I could offer my unique coastal merchandise such as my exclusive, locally printed tee-shirts which reflect the hues of my favorite sea glass colors. I also feature my hand-painted, nautical-cottage style artwork. The website is always evolving with new items that I have created, so check back often to see what I've been up to!

Sea Glass Treasures, Handmade by Anne Marie

Sea Glass TreasuresAnne Marie grew up on Prince Edward Island in Canada near the Atlantic Ocean. Her Dad, a commercial fisherman, instilled a love of the sea in his children. Anne Marie also lived in Hawaii, California and Wisconsin. Her passion for collecting sea glass takes her to both coasts, Hawaii and the Great Lakes. Back in Wisconsin, her husband's home state, she uses the brilliant and soft colors to create beautiful jewelry. She hopes that the simplicity of her pieces will bring a peaceful yet powerful feeling to the wearer. Anne Marie, a songwriter, has written and recored a song "God's Little Treasures" which takes her on a spiritual journey while "seaglassin" on the beach on PEI. Sea Glass Treasures

SeaGlass Wines

SeaGlass WinesEvery once in a while, you stumble upon an unexpected treasure-- a perfect seashell, a heart-shaped rock, a beautiful piece of sea glass. Occasionally, the same thing happens with wine-- one taste, and you know you've found something special, something unique. It's time you discovered SeaGlass Wines. Made with grapes sourced from prime California vineyards in Santa Barbara and Monterey, our wines are a revelation of bright flavors and alluring aromas-- proof that the world is still full of magic.

Sea Goddess Treasures

Sea Goddess TreasuresThe husband and wife team of Peter and Fran Mueller share a passion for crafting sea-themed jewelry. Their company, Sea Goddess Treasures was inspired by their daughter's love of mermaids and continues to be inspired by the natural beauty found in the oceans. Fran, a lifetime artist and a graphic designer by trade, is skilled at creating color combinations and loves working with sea glass and Shiva shells. Her signature pieces are wire crochet necklaces. Peter, more detail oriented, creates steampunk pieces utilizing watch parts and sea glass.

Shoreline Designs

Shoreline DesignsDesigner Michele Shore's passion for sea glassing has inspired her collection of fine jewelry. She creatively combines coastal treasures to make stylish, fun, yet sophisticated designs set in sterling silver. Her natural surf tumbled sea glass jewelry includes shards from the beaches of the US, Canada, Europe, and the Caribbean. Michele can custom design jewelry using your own sea glass or you can choose one-of-a-kind pieces from her current collection. Shoreline Designs is a commercial member of NASGA.

Souris By The Sea Glass, A Family Affair

Souris By The Sea GlassAs the waves tumble onto our beautiful Island shores, we can be found discovering our impressive and unique collection of sea gems. We are Romeo and Eydie Gallant and Yvette Sheehan from Prince Edward Island, Anne Marie Johnson from Wisconsin, Anita and Willy St. Denis from Ontario. Our love for the outdoors led us to become avid collectors of driftwood, shells and sea glass. Our travels have taken the family to interesting beaches across Canada and the United States in search of the beautiful pieces of sea glass. Our greatest finds are where we call home, Prince Edward Island, Canada. We have a large gallery of gems and products that we supply to artisans worldwide. We are very proud to display our sea glass in Souris, Prince Edward Island at our sister's studio "Naturally Yours." Souris By The Sea Glass is a commercial member of the NASGA.

Spirit of the Sea, Genuine Sea Glass Jewelry

Spirit of the SeaFor years Dianne and Frank McLaughlin have gathered those wayward bits of glass found on the beach and saved them in a bowl for the sun to shine through. Their sea glass has long ago outgrown the bowl in the window but the desire to collect it never slowed. Their jewelry is made mostly from sea glass that they, themselves, have found. Hand crafting the sea glass jewelry from genuine beach glass allows them to share their passion with you and satisfies a need to be "green" by turning trash to treasure. Simple splendor from the sea... it's all about the glass! They hope you enjoy it as much as they do.

Splash, A Whale's Tale Gallery

Splash, A Whale's Tale GalleryAs our name implies, we are inspired by the sea. Splash is located 2½ blocks from the ocean in Cape May, NJ. Our sea glass is pure and found on our local beaches. Splash is a small gallery that represents sea glass jewelers, Janet Payne, Darlene Eldridge and Laura McPherson as well as award winning sea glass photographer Anita Roth. Most days, you can find our artists on the beach searching for sea glass and inspiration. We are proud to be commercial members of NASGA.

Still Water Deep

Still Water DeepSince childhood, collecting old bottles in the woods has been one of my favorite things to do. In 2009, I discovered sea glass in Puerto Rico. As I found pieces of blue and green, I imagined milk-of-magnesia and wine bottles I had dug out of the ground, only these pieces were like jewels in the sun, tumbled and frosted by their time in the ocean. I create jewelry from sea glass and gemstones. There are several techniques I incorporate including wire wraps, hand knotting, stringing (beading) and drilling.

Suegray Jewelry

Suegray JewelrySuegray loves gathering sea glass, with all it’s history and mystery, dreaming about where each piece began before it was broken, tossed and tumbled in the surf... transformed into a precious sea glass gem. Then she transforms these beauties into simply wrapped jewels and wreaths, as well as casting her sterling silver bottle neck rings. Sue has been a NASGA board member since 2009. You may view and purchase her creations at SuegrayJewelry.com.

Suncoast Sea Glass Jewelry by Valerie Weston

Suncoast Sea Glass Jewelry by Valerie WestonDesigner and metalsmith Valerie Weston takes sea glass in a new and beautiful direction with her jewelry designs featuring pure silver textures, freshwater pearls and genuine sea glass from around the world. Always inspired by the sea and framed within her impeccable hand-fabricated sterling silver settings, each piece of Suncoast Sea Glass Jewelry is as unique as the sea glass itself.

Tears From The Deep, Genuine Sea Glass Jewelry by Cindy Kuhn

Tears from the DeepCindy Kuhn has enjoyed collecting sea glass nearly all of her life and has been fortunate enough to be given an opportunity to do what she loves. She makes wonderful sea glass jewelry form pieces that she finds herself of purchases from reputable dealers throughout the world. She like may others feels a spiritual pull towards the sea glass which is reflected in her jewelry.

Tropical Sea Glass, From Hawaii's Beaches

Tropical Sea GlassSharon Umbaugh collects some of the finest sea glass in the world form the beaches of Hawaii. Many of her collections include pieces which would lend themselves very well to jewelry. Due to the unique qualities of the beaches on Hawaii, the sea glass is often very well rounded. You can find most of her sea glass listed on Ebay and Etsy although she will also accept custom requests through Tropical Sea Glass.

Washed Up Gems, Genuine Beach Glass Jewelry & Decorative Items

Washed Up GemsMaryBeth Carlson spent her childhood summers on the shores of Lake Erie splashing in the water, digging in the sand, and simply exploring all that nature had to give. Her walks along the beach always yielded handfuls of beach glass, shells, pottery, driftwood, and various items she thought were "special." MaryBeth now creates jewelry and decorative items from these many treasures. She is a schooled metalsmith, using only genuine beach glass and sterling silver in her handcrafted one-of-a-kind creations.

West Coast Sea Glass, Genuine Sea Glass & Sea Glass Jewelry

West Coast Sea GlassAs lifelong beachcombers we, the artists at West Coast Sea Glass use only genuine, ocean tumbled sea glass. We have traveled many of the world's oceans taking great pride in beach combing for the sea glass ourselves. This way we are able to offer some of the finest and rarest sea glass and beach glass in our handmade, artisan jewelry. This journey, matched with decades of jewelry experience and a full serve silversmithing studio is where or alluring ocean gems and jewelry design beautifully intersect. West Coast Sea Glass uses its vintage collection in beach themed, original designs. We have been actively involved in the world-wide sea glass community for over a decade and work hard to maintain a strong role in educating the public about genuine sea glass and its history. We also pride ourselves on employing eco-friendly business methods like our use of recycled silver and our adherence to a nine step environmental commitment plan. We also seek to utilize the finest jewelry components in our designs.