Black Sea Glass Necklace With Bonefish

$42.00

This is a perfect gift for the Dad in your life who loves the ocean and loves to fish.

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This rare piece of black sea glass measures approximately inch long. We found this piece of black sea glass on a beach in the Abaco Islands.

Thick pieces of black sea glass most likely are from vintage medicine or spirit bottles dating back to the 1800’s. When held up to the light it has a slight green tint, but against your skin it is perfectly black.

The sea glass has been finely drilled, then set with a sterling silver bail with a bone fish sitting on top of it. It comes with your choice of a 16, 18, or 20 inch 3 mm black leather cord necklace with a sterling silver lobster claw closure. Sterling silver chains are also available upon request.

The pendant can be purchased without the black leather cord for $35.

All of our jewelry comes in a gift box. Complimentary gift wrapping is available upon request.

Sea Glass Designs is a professional jewelry company and has been in business for over 13 years. All of our jewelry is expertly crafted in our studio. Only quality materials are used in our jewelry.

We guarantee all of our sea glass is authentic and has not been altered in any way. The sea glass is left just as it was found on the beach.

All of our jewelry comes with a 30 day money back guarantee no questions asked. We want you to be totally satisfied with your purchase.

We specialize in creating custom pieces of jewelry from your sea glass collection. Make a unique gift for that special person using a piece of sea glass that you found and helped design. Contact us for more information.

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Weight 6 oz
Dimensions 9 × 7 × .5 in
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