Sea Glass Pottery

Sea Glass Pottery

Sea Glass Blog, Sea Glass Pottery
Sea glass pottery or ceramics comes from earthenware, bricks, stoneware, tile, and porcelain, says Richard LaMotte author of the popular book Pure Sea Glass: Nature's Vanishing Gems. Although most sea glass pottery is found in the northeast of the United States, pottery dates back thousands of years, and many sea glass pottery shards can be hundreds of years old or even older. Sea glass pottery can be dated and identified by a ceramic expert if the color is unique or the pattern is distinct. Earthenware Pottery Earthen ware consists of clay and is heated until it's hard and firm. Nearly all ancient medieval, Middle Eastern, and European ceramics were earthenware, says LaMotte. Earthenware dates back to 10,000 BC Japan and is considered the first people-man art forms.   Stoneware Pottery…
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