Sterling Silver jewellery made with seaglass collected in Devon and Cornwall.
My affinity with sea glass began when I sent a message in a bottle to a friend who had just died. My bottle was found on Chesil Beach and I received possibly a justifiable but unnecessarily harsh and cruel reply from the person who found it. People I know responded to this in many ways, my favourite being “fk it, sea glass is beautiful”.
My dear friend Jennifer Crook then weaved the story into a song entitled “Sea Glass” which has now become one of the most requested songs when performing.
I started picking up sea glass on my local beaches as a way of losing myself in thought and contemplation but it was walking the white shimmering beaches of St Martin’s on the Isles of Scilly when this took on a greater significance. There was so much glass and it was so varied and beautiful that I felt I wanted to wear it. The necklace I made brought me joy and was commented on by many people who saw it. I decided to make some for presents and before long people were commissioning pieces. This has led me to offer them for sale.
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