How to Identify Black Sea Glass

How to Identify Black Sea Glass

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Many experienced sea glass collectors will say black is one of the most difficult pieces to find. Besides the odds being about 1 in 2,000 that you'll find one, black sea glass is also more elusive because of the challenge to recognize it lying on the shore among dark rocks. Black Sea Glass Collecting Most sea glass collectors covet black shards because of their scarcity, and because black glass has been produced in limited amounts in contemporary times, much of the black┬ásea glass lying on the beach is decades to hundreds of years old.   The Beauty of Black Most black sea glass is not black. Rather its true color is a dark, olive green or dark amber. When it's dry, it looks black. The beauty of black sea glass…
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