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This emerald green sea glass was perfectly frosted by the constant turbulent tossing of the Bering Sea.  It was drilled and adorned by a fine silver bail with a delicate celtic pattern from which it gently swings by a tiny forget-me-not flower,  The pendant is approximately 1 1/2 inches and hangs from a 19 inch leatherrd.  This is part of a small collection of very rare sea glass that I was fortunate to acquire from a friend and fellow artist whose beloved brother was a gold miner in Gnome, Alaska.  As he dredged up the Bering Sea, seeking gold, sea glass was also found in a multitude of rare colors and shapes: proof that the sea is full of many treasures. 

Alaskan Shamrock

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