Genuine rare black pirate sea glass found on Wembury Beach Devon. Cleaned and ready to use. Idea for wire wrapped pendant making or for making pendants by drilling. Good for all kinds of crafts. What you see is exactly what you will be receiving. Photo's include the colours of what they look like shining a torch through, the true colours shine through, also from holding up to the light. 20p is not included in the mix, just as a point of reference for size.
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Black glass, or “pirate glass,” is glass that looks black when found on the beach, but when held up to the light, its true colour is revealed. The pirate glass is usually dark olive green, often with an air bubble stuck inside which indicates that it was made by hand and thus very old
Unlike other sea glass shards, black glass, because it was made earlier and often hand-blown, is usually filled with bubbles. A good way to tell the age of a piece of sea glass is by its thickness and amount of bubbles. If the black shard is very thick and has a fair amount of bubbles, it may date from the early 1700s to the mid 1800s.
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