Sea Story beach pottery necklace in blue and white
Sea Story beach pottery necklace in blue and white
Sea Story beach pottery necklace in blue and white
Sea Story beach pottery necklace in blue and white
Sea Story beach pottery necklace in blue and white
Sea Story beach pottery necklace in blue and white
Sea Story beach pottery necklace in blue and white
Sea Story beach pottery necklace in blue and white
Sea Pottery Necklace, Beach Pottery Jewelry, Mother's Day Gift, Upcycled Jewelry Sterling Silver, Canada Seller, Nova Scotia
Sea Pottery Necklace, Beach Pottery Jewelry, Mother's Day Gift, Upcycled Jewelry Sterling Silver, Canada Seller, Nova Scotia
Sea Pottery Necklace, Beach Pottery Jewelry, Mother's Day Gift, Upcycled Jewelry Sterling Silver, Canada Seller, Nova Scotia

Sea Story beach pottery necklace in blue and white

$62.00 CAD

This lovely Sea Story necklace was crafted with a piece of vintage sea pottery found on a Nova Scotia beach, a gift from the sea! The blue and white design is original to the china, lovingly smoothed and polished by the sand and sea. The pendant hangs on a simple sterling silver bail on an 18 inch sterling silver box chain. Your Sea Story necklace will arrive in a pretty box, with the Sea Glass Story on the inside lid, ready for gift giving. And we'll include a silver polishing cloth to keep your necklace looking bright.

DETAILS:

~ All components and chain are sterling silver. The box chain measures 18 inches.

~ We use only genuine sea glass and sea pottery. The colours in this necklace are blue and white. You will receive the exact necklace pictured.

~ The pendant measures 1 1/2 inches (3.8 cm) in length. See 4th photo to help visualize size.

~ Ships at no extra charge.

~ Gift wrapping option available, include your own special message in the card!

~ Handmade in Nova Scotia, Canada.

You will find our other sea pottery designs here: https://etsy.me/2Tgsr0w

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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