Common and Rare Sea Glass Colors

Sea Glass Colors

Because the color of sea glass is determined mostly by its source, on average, most sea glass shards people find lying on the shore come in the three most popular glass colors: green, clear white, and brown. Others colors, however, like orange, red, yellow, purple, and turquoise and even black are rare. Most sea glass […] Read more »

Milk Glass Sea Glass

Colored Milk Glass

Most milk glass sea glass comes from tableware. Its peak production periods were between the 1890s and the 1950s when it was used for things like coffee mugs, plates, jars and vases. Milk glass has been produced worldwide over hundreds of years, so dating it can be difficult because its main production period spans over […] Read more »

Finding White Sea Glass on the Beach

Milk Glass

Kelly green, brown, and clear white are the most common sea glass colors beach combers find because the majority of glass bottles that were dumped into the ocean during the first half of the 20th century consisted of these colors. If you’re searching for sea glass, it’s likely that much of what you’ll find will […] Read more »