Window on the Sea genuine sea glass ring custom made for you in sterling silver and Nova Scotia seaglass
Window on the Sea genuine sea glass ring custom made for you in sterling silver and Nova Scotia seaglass
Window on the Sea genuine sea glass ring handmade in Nova Scotia, Canada
Window on the Sea genuine sea glass ring in true green
Window on the Sea genuine sea glass ring in true green
Window on the sea ring, an heirloom sea glass ring handmade in Nova Scotia
Sea glass ring, Window on the Sea, crafted in sterling silver and genuine sea glass
Sea Glass Ring, gift for wife, alternative engagement ring, seaglass ring, nova scotia, beach glass ring, ocean ring, bezel sea glass
Sea Glass Ring, gift for wife, alternative engagement ring, seaglass ring, nova scotia, beach glass ring, ocean ring, bezel sea glass

Window on the Sea genuine sea glass ring in true green

$112.00 CAD

Window on the Sea hand forged sea glass ring in true green, custom made just for you in sterling silver, an heirloom ring you will want to wear every day! The sea glass is gathered from Nova Scotia beaches, smoothed and polished by the sea and ready to begin its new life all dressed up in sterling silver. You may choose your ring size, band finish, as well as which piece of glass you'd like so that your ring is perfect for you.

DETAILS:

~The ring is made with sterling silver.

~ We use only genuine sea glass. The colour in this ring is true green.

~ Please ensure you know your ring size before ordering so that you get a perfect fit. Many local jewelry shops will size your finger for free.

~ Ships at no extra charge.

~ Gift wrapping option available at checkout. Include your own special message in the card.

~ Handmade in Nova Scotia, Canada.

Your Window on the Sea ring will arrive in a gift box with a complimentary silver polishing cloth to help keep your jewelry bright for years to come.

Sea glass, also known as beach glass or mermaid’s tears, is nature’s answer to bottles, china and pottery carelessly thrown into the sea many years ago. The glass is tumbled on the ocean floor, smoothed by the waves and sand until it washes up on shore, waiting to be found by a lucky passerby.

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