Sea Glass Earrings, Chandelier Red White Blue Sterling Silver Earrings
Scottish/Seaham sea glass earrings in lovely tri color combination of red, white and blue on ornate chandelier sterling silver earrings.
One of the red pieces appears to be a multi or amberina with a layer of orange and red on top, the two blue pieces are multis from Seaham.
These pieces were found on the shores of the Firth of Forth and Seaham.
Overall length approx. 4.6cm, sea glass is approx 7mm, top drilled and fitted onto sterling silver earrings
Seaham Sea Glass
Seaham is on the East Coast of England, near Durham and Newcastle. During the Victorian times until 1890s fabulous art glass artisan manufacturing took place in Seaham. At the end of each day small amounts of coloured glass was melted together and given to the Sea... nowadays these end of day pieces of sea glass get washed ashore. Some pieces have shades of the same colour, others are rainbow coloured.
All pictures taken outside in the sun without flash.