Sea Glass Whimsical Necklace by Anne Marie
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Yvette Seaglassing
Sea Glass
Sea Glass
Sea Glass
Romeo working with seaglass
Sea Glass Family
Seaglass Mobile
Our Prince Edward Island beaches for noted for prize shards.  
There is no more peaceful place to be!

Romeo's Seaglass Bracelets

 Our family loves making jewellery and home decor 
using the sea glass we've found on our excursions to the beach!

Romeo making his Sea Glass
 Prince Edward Island Maps
Yvette Seaglassing
Sea Glass Bracelets
Anne Marie's
 Whimsical Necklace
Seaglass Mobile
Seaglass Picture Frame
 Sea Glass 
Picture Frame
Family seaglassing
Family Seaglassing
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Souris by the Sea Treasures 
Gift Shop 
at Souris Historic Lighthouse
138 Breakwater Street
Souris, Prince Edward Island. Canada
902-687-2251   or  902-218-1085
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Authentic Sea Glass​

Sea Glass started its journey as broken glass
 thrown into the ocean 
by our ancestors many years ago.  

The  years of tumbling amongst the sand and gravel of our beaches 
have caused the glass to become "finished" into these 
"jewels of the sea"

What our ancestors once discarded or lost has turned into the treasures 
we love to search for.  It is truly Vintage Sea Glass

"Take a Bit of Prince Edward Island Home"
Front Row - Yvette Sheehan, Anne Marie Johnson, Anita St. Denis, Eydie Gallant
    Back Row - Willy St. Denis, Romeo Gallant
Seaglass collectors are actually preserving fragile traces of our past......Mother Natures way of recycling ..........Richard LaMotte
There is a great healing power found where water meets the shore.  The rhythmic surf can soften our rough edges as well!
                          A diamond is created by nature and arduously refined by man while seaglass is what man creates and nature refines it for us
Sea glass is actually a human-made vintage product that has been recycled into a beautiful item by the tumbling waves and sands of ocean as well as the chemical reaction between the oceans waters and the glass.  It usually takes many years for the glass to become smooth and opaque so it is no longer sharp and transparent.
 - Richard LaMotte