Sea Lily green sea glass necklace handmade in Nova Scotia
Sea Lily green sea glass necklace handmade in Nova Scotia
Sea Lily beach glass necklace in true green
Sea Lily beach glass necklace in true green
Sea Lily beach glass necklace in true green
Sea Lily beach glass necklace in true green
Sea Lily beach glass necklace in true green
Valentine's gift, Sea Glass Necklace, gift for women, flower necklace, nova scotia, sea glass jewelry, lily necklace, gift for mom, halifax
Valentine's gift, Sea Glass Necklace, gift for women, flower necklace, nova scotia, sea glass jewelry, lily necklace, gift for mom, halifax
Valentine's gift, Sea Glass Necklace, gift for women, flower necklace, nova scotia, sea glass jewelry, lily necklace, gift for mom, halifax
Valentine's gift, Sea Glass Necklace, gift for women, flower necklace, nova scotia, sea glass jewelry, lily necklace, gift for mom, halifax

Sea Lily beach glass necklace in true green

$69.50 CAD

Our Sea Lily beach glass necklace is handmade in Nova Scotia with a curve of true green sea glass tucked inside a sterling silver lily, a beautiful sea glass necklace, straight from a mermaid's garden! The pendant hangs on a sterling silver box chain. You can choose your length at checkout so you can wear your pendant just wear you like it!

Our sea glass jewelry is presented boxed, with the Sea Glass Story on the inside lid, ready for gift giving. You will also receive a silver polishing cloth to keep your necklace looking new.

DETAILS:

~ All components and chain are sterling silver.

~ We use only genuine sea glass. The sea glass colour in this design is true green. You will receive the exact necklace pictured.

~ Choose from 16, 18, 20, 22, 24 or 30 inch chain, see 6th and 7th photos to help you choose.

~ The pendant measures 1 3/8 inches (3.5 cm) in length. See 4th photo to help visualize the size.

~ Ships at no extra charge.

~ Handmade in Nova Scotia, Canada.

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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