Lime Green Sea Glass: Where Does it Come From

Lime Green Sea Glass: Where Does it Come From

Lime Green Sea Glass, Sea Glass Blog
Most lime green sea glass found on the shore today comes from soda bottles manufactured during the 60s and 70s. A few of the shards come from lime green Depression glass and other specialty glass. Lime sea glass is uncommon. The odds of finding it are approximately 1 in 50 to 100 out of all the sea glass you find.   Lime Green Soda Bottles Much of the lime sea glass along the shore comes from soda bottles from bottling companies that used lime green glass for beverages such as 7Up, Squirt, Simba, Quench, Mountain Dew, Fresca, and Sprite. These brightly green colored shards usually stand out on the shore for the lucky sea collector who happens to walk by. The production years for lime green glass soda bottles ranges from the early 1900s to the 1970s…
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