Sea Glass Jewelry By Tears Of The Sea – Maine’s Ocean Treasures

March 31, 2009 at 10:23 pm 3 comments

527Living along Maine’s Coastline is truly a treasure.  If you are beachcomber you are sure to find these natural gems glistening in the sand.  One of our favorite locations to find these jewels is in the Casco Bay region. 

We would suggest  investigating the old shipping channels and watch your tides.  Following the high tide to low tide is sure to reveal these natural gems.

We have turned our passion for sea glass into a sea glass jewelry business and still feel the excitement everytime we discover these jewels in the sand.

Our creations are designed with only top quality sea glass embellished by sterling silver accent and focal beads, handmade charms, swarovski crystal, semi-precious gemstones and more.

There is something very special about holding a piece of sea glass in your hands or wearing a piece of sea glass jewelry that brings you close to nature.

“What The Tides Bring In,  We Bring To You  In A Quality Treasure From The Sea.”

Tears Of The Sea


Entry filed under: beach glass, beach glass jewelry, sea glass, Sea Glass Jewelry.

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3 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Eric Kovak  |  April 7, 2009 at 2:12 am

    I have purchased several of these works of art, crafted and designed from centuries of history a drift on the shores of Maine. Created one at a time, and just one of a kind, packaged to you in elegance. This is best in class, this is talent, this is jewelry with a story.

  • 2. Bernadette Ziegler  |  April 18, 2009 at 1:07 am

    Love the blog…you are doing such a great job! Keep up the great work!

  • 3. Lynn  |  April 19, 2009 at 12:54 am

    I loved your blog!! I spent all of my summers in Maine, now live in Colorado for the time being. I have purchased many pieces of wearable art from Tears of the Sea. I always felt a close tie to the coast of Maine and to the Casco Bay,and especially to Harpswell, where I spent most of my summers, when I wear these sea glass pieces. Just to feel the glass in my fingers calms me down while in the midst of a very busy day. Keep on making these lovely pieces!! I will continue to wear them.


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