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Pure Sea Glass

Discovering Nature's Vanishing Gems
LaMotte, Richard (Book - 2004 )
Average Rating: 5 stars out of 5.
Pure Sea Glass


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An ideal book for anyone who loves the shore. The first complete guide to collecting, identifying, and understanding the history behind smooth glass shards found at the water's edge. More than 250 color photos pay tribute to both sea glass and the historical glassware that is frequently its source. Beachcombers can now use subtle clues regarding color and shape to determine age, rarity, and even origin.

Authors: LaMotte, Richard
Statement of Responsibility: by Richard LaMotte ; edited by Sally LaMotte Crane ; featuring photography by Celia Pearson ; [foreword by Stephanie Strasser]
Title: Pure sea glass
discovering nature's vanishing gems
Publisher: Chestertown, Md. :, Chesapeake Seaglass Pub.,, c2004
Characteristics: 224 p. :,col. ill. ;,24 cm.
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