Sunday, March 14, 2010
Beach Sea Glass Beach Stone
Sterling Jewelry by SuperiorStones
Lets go for a Sunday morning visit to SuperiorStones! This artisan lives in a beautiful area of the United States on the Michigan's Upper Peninsula, right near Lake Superior. The beaches there are apparently a great place for rockhounds and shell collectors; and there is also beach glass! Some of this glass is from bottles that are quite old; after being tossed around in the lake for decades, being exposed to sand and other abrasive materials like pulverized shell, these pretty glass fragments become worn down, with the rough edges smoothed and rounded. Most get a frosted appearance that is quite attractive! Lake Superior beach glass is collected by this artisan, who uses it to create her fabulous handmade jewelry by combining sterling silver wire and freshwater pearls with this naturally worn, colorful glass. The picture above features the Cobalt Blue Glacier Sea Glass Pearl Pendant Necklace; this fantastic blue sea glass pendant necklace is an amazing bargain at $40.00! If you prefer green, you'll love the Emerald Green Sea Glass Pearl Pendant Necklace at $35.00! Men like similar styles ... and the Making Waves - Slate Gray Beach Stone Knotted Pendant Necklace would be a great choice for a guy - and its just $20.00! Superior Stones also makes jewelry with other pendants made from natural materials like bone and horn. The Tribal - Brown Carved Horn Knotted Pendant Necklace is a nice looking piece, and it could be on its way to you for only $15.00. Or the Daisy - Brown Carved Bone Knotted Pendant Necklace might be for you ... also just $15.00! But the main attraction here is the sea glass. A pretty frosted piece you might want to consider is the Mint Frost - Aqua Sea Glass Ruby Pendant Necklace. It combines a light mint green toned glass pendant with several genuine ruby rondelle beads! The contrast is beautiful and the look is fabulous. This beauty could be yours for only $45.00! Take a few minutes to visit SuperiorStones and bookmark it; the shop will be really stocked soon! The winter storms have washed a load of new sea glass up onto the shores, spring is coming ... and this artisan will be out on the beach collecting new pieces to work with!