• £67.00

Coca Cola sea glass treasures from Vanuatu/South Pacific - OOAK Statement pendant from the 1930s. Set in sterling silver with an 18" sterling silver chain. If you choose a different length your necklace will be silver plated. Really nice piece from near the bottom of a Coca Cola bottle, with only just visible ribbed lines. Recent dings on one side, where the piece is shiny - frosted nicely otherwise. The shape reminds me of a sailboat!

4 x 4cm
'SAIL' California Coca Cola bottle bottom pendant on sterling silver bail and 18" sterling silver chain

These pieces have a wonderful history! During WWII American soldiers were brought a piece of home and comfort to their stations in the South Pacific in the shape of an elegant Coca Cola bottle. Once the war was over the old sea foam Coca Cola bottles were left behind and found their way into the Pacific. Here they were broken down, buried in sand, tumbled by rough tides and Vulcanic erruptions and last year after Cyclone Pam those long forgotten pieces emerged onto the beach of Havannah Harbour on Efate Island.

This is where I collected them and brought them back the 9500 Miles to Scotland - these pieces will be available as a very limited collection!

All pictures were taken inside without flash. The last picture was taken at the beach in Vanuatu.

More pictures and background information available on my facebook page 'TiliabytheSea'.