The rarest of the rare! Genuine Ultra-rare Red sea glass in a shade of dark red. The ocean-found red sea glass is bezel set. Twinkling below are silver beads for extra sparkle.
All of .925 Sterling Silver. Hand forged & fabricated. 1 1/4" Long.
The Red Sea Glass Earrings pictured are the exact pair you will receive. The red seaglass used in this piece of jewelry was found on the unspoiled coastline of a Western Puerto Rico beach.
The Provenance of Red Sea Glass ~ Red seaglass can sometimes be traced back to the lanterns hung on to the port side of a ship. Red sea glass is extremely rare because it was only made for a small period of time. Gold, always a highly prized and expensive metal, was often one of ingredients used in this vintage shade of red beach-glass.
With an emphasis on meticulous craftsmanship and timeless design, each piece is carefully handmade with sea glass imbued with the spirit of the ocean.
All of the sea glass used in our jewelry has been collected on the pristine beaches of Hawaii, Puerto Rico and California. We do not alter, cut or condition the sea glass in any way. Each piece looks exactly as it was found, its shape and surface created solely by the powerful force of the sea.
We work with earth and people-friendly partners and suppliers who share our values and strive to make a positive difference in the world. In our dedication to living in harmony with nature, we support the efforts of the Surfrider Foundation and the Ocean Clean-up Project. We are also proud sponsors of Defensa Animal de Rincon, an organization working to help abandoned or abused dogs, cats & horses.
We are dedicated to originality and authenticity and stand strongly against the mass-produced, throw-away mind set. Oceano Sea Glass Jewelry is crafted to be treasured for a lifetime and we faithfully stand behind the enduring quality and workmanship of our creations.
Oceano is artisan-crafted beach inspired jewelry. Our eco-friendly pendants, rings, earrings & necklaces exclusively feature authentic sea glass gems naturally recycled by the power of ocean waves.