Celtic Star Locket - Bonfire Sea Glass Codd Marble Interchangeable Pendant

  • £42.00

Lovely Bonfire codd sea glass marble (15mm diameter) kept inside a silver plated cage and a silver plated necklace in length of your choice. The interchangeable locket has a star pattern and will accept sea glass marbles up to 17mm diameter, so you can swap this codd sea glass marble with a treasure of your own if you like.

This marble can be taken out any time to look at, to place it in a different holder or just to touch it or show it around.

Sea glass marble is from Cumbria, just below the Scottish border and approx 15mm diameter
Locket is approx 2cm diameter

Scottish sea glass marble necklace in silver plated locket.

All pictures were taken inside without flash.

CODD MARBLES: The Codd-neck bottle was designed and manufactured to enclose a marble and a rubber washer/gasket in the neck. The bottles are filled upside down, and pressure of the gas in the bottle forced the marble against the washer, sealing in the carbonation. The bottle was pinched into a special shape, as can be seen in the photo to the right, to provide a chamber into which the marble was pushed to open the bottle. This prevented the marble from blocking the neck as the drink was poured. Codd bottles were used until the 1920s in Scotland/UK.


Bonfire sea glass is glass that was thrown into a fire where it partially melted and then ended up in the Sea where the tides smoothed the surface. During Victorian times it was common to burn rubbish in an incinerator.