Guernsey Sea Glass Bead Bracelet, Halloween Orange Black Beach Beads, Sterling Silver 7"
Very rare black and orange sea glass bead bracelet from the Island of Guernsey. The black bead is extremely rare, faceted and frosted to perfection. There are two orange beach found beads, they might be Carnelian or Agate and are not very frosted. Paired with two vintage sterling silver charms, a witch on a broom and a cup with a pentagram. All components are sterling silver.
These pieces of sea glass were collected around the St Peter Port area on Guernsey by a fellow beachcomber.
Beads are approx. 10-11mm diameter - on 7" sterling silver bracelet
If you would like the pendants made into a necklace, just message me.
Tumbled by the rough North Sea for almost a century, now made into jewellery.
Guernsey Sea Glass
Guernsey is an Island formation in the English Channel situated just off the coast of Normandy. Several of the tiny islands are uninhabited. Together with Jersey these form the Channel Islands. The names are of Old Norse origin, 'ey' meaning 'island' and 'guern' possibly meaning 'pine'. Sarnia is the Latin name for Guernsey. The earliest settlements date back to 5000 BC. Just over 60.000 people live on the Islands.
All pictures taken outside in direct sunlight.