Tuesday, March 31, 2009

The Ultimate Sea Glass Bottle

Sea glass bottle from Rincon, Puerto Rico
Sea glass bottle from Rincon, Puerto Rico
Sea glass bottle from Rincon, Puerto Rico
Sea glass bottle from Rincon, Puerto Rico
This beautiful sea glass bottle was found on the beach in Rincon, Puerto Rico and was worn smooth by warm tropical seas.


24 comments:

  1. What an amazing find. I am so jealous of your sea glass adventures. Have you ever come to Maine?

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  2. Hi Hannah,

    I have never been to Maine but I am sure that it is beautiful there!

    Lisl

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  3. How fantastic! I didn't even know such an organization existed. Really interesting. I was born and raised in Crescent City, CA. The northern most town in CA, before you enter OR. I've spent a great deal of time on beaches and found bits of sea glass too. I didn't know there were other people who picked up glass like that.
    If a Sea Glass Show every comes to the west coast I would hunt it down and go.
    Thanks for joining my poetry site, and being into something as interesting as making sea glass jewelery.

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  4. I dont know how you do it, but lovely creations deary
    giveaway ending this weekend
    http://www.papermoonies.blogspot.com
    I follow you now!
    Thanks for following me.

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  5. This is awesome! I love the treasures from the ocean!!

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  6. Thank you, Lisl, for stopping by over my way. What wonderful work you do with sea glass as evidenced by your excellent photograpy, website and blog!

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  7. I've awarded you an Honest Scrap Award. Check out my blog for details http://worthburning.blogspot.com

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  8. My mother would love you. We go to the beach and she always collects sea glass, though most of it is in shards. Last time we went to the beach, we found a "hold fast" which was the first one I've ever seen. We also found a beached baby Leopard Shark, but it was too late for the little female.

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  9. A mysterious find, that deep blue-purple.

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  10. WOW! Awesome. This is really one of a kind. Thanks for the follow or else I wouldn't have discover you.
    Mei :)

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  11. What a wonderful find. Thanks for visiting my blog. I am so glad to have found your blog. Sharon

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  12. The Sea Glass bottle is the most amazing colour. I wish we had Sea Glass festivals here. I'll have to start investigating. I didn't realise how popular it was until you joined my Blog and opened up a whole new world.
    Thanks
    Adele

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  13. Wow! I just came across your blog through Adele's blog! I love sea glass. I just spent last Saturday with my two girls at Frinton on sea and we found loads of seaglass which is now is our garden! I love the things you make, they look great. How long have you been collecting?

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  14. Congratulations on your recent finds! I have been collecting sea glass since 1987. Thank you for your kind comments about my jewelry.

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  15. I am So jealous! Do you make your jewelry with long-ago finds?

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  16. Hi vsmyers,

    Yes, I do use pieces of sea glass that I found a very long time ago to make jewelry!

    Thanks,

    Lisl

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  17. Hello, you have the most fabulously wonderful site here and I had to leave this comment for you ! Your posts are beautifully written, creative and original too, and you have interesting pictures.

    It's all perfect !

    Thank you for sharing your site and best wishes.... 'Happy September'....

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  18. Oh my gosh, that is gorgeous!
    The best things I ever find on the Pacific are those little green glass ball things that I more often than not step on and hurt myself
    prettybabydoll.blogspot.com

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  19. Beth Stewart DouglasJanuary 6, 2014 at 3:02 AM

    to live in Okinawa in 1957 as a 3rd grader. I went to school at the military base in Naha. I have dreamed of returning so many times and I pray I will some day. Until then I will live vicariously through your web site and hopefully having the honor of wearing your art pieces.

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  20. Beth Stewart DouglasJanuary 6, 2014 at 3:09 AM

    I had the honor of living in Okinawa in 1957 as a 3rd grader. I attended the base school at Naha and have dreamed so many times of returning. I will have to live vicariously through your web site until I am blessed with returning. I hope to purchase some of your beautiful art pieces. Until then, God bless you.

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  21. What an amazing find. Which beach in Rincon did you find it on? My family and I have gone to Rincon the past two years and were obsessed with finding sea glass while we were there. Most of our finds were on the Public Beach in Rincon.

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