Purple (Amethyst) Sea Glass

Purple Amethyst Sea Glass Stack

The name amethyst derives from the Greek word meaning sobriety. It also symbolizes love, passion, creativity, and spirituality. Romans associated amethyst with their water god Neptune. If you were born in February, amethyst is your birthstone. If you’ve found a purple (amethyst) sea glass shard, consider yourself quite lucky. The odds of finding one are about […] Read more »

Amethyst and Sea Foam Sea Glass

Purple and sea foam sea glass

Amethyst and sea foam sea glass are two of my favorite colors. They look lovely together.   Purple (Amethyst) Sea Glass Purple or amethyst sea glass comes from mostly clear glass that contains manganese. After the clear glass has been exposed to the sun, manganese oxidizes to a faint, purple hue. Depression glassware and other […] Read more »

Sea Glass Colors: What Are the Odds of Finding Them?

Sea Glass Colors and Rarity

Common Sea Glass Colors The main thing that affects sea glass rarity is whether or not its color has been mass produced over the past several decades. For example, beachcombers usually find a lot of white, brown, and Kelly green sea glass because these colors of glass have been mass produced since the last century by bottling companies that […] Read more »