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I found this on the beach in Mancora, Northern Peru. Hot day and good surf...typical of Mancora.

I found this on the beach in Mancora, Northern Peru.typical of Mancora.

The sea glass you find on the beach can be one of many colors and some are much more rare than others, here is my complete guide.

Pinned from Beach Lust- Sea Glass Color: Complete Guide To Origin And Rarity

So of my most "precious" finds

Sea Glass Painter - The Confessions of a Common Beachcomber

$40  "The Sea Glass Rush", author bevjacquemet@gmail.com

$40 "The Sea Glass Rush", author bevjacquemet@gmail.com

Deep greenish-blue (or greenish-turquoise) is a unique color that doesn't fit with any of the better known sea glass colors. It is "too green" (and too dark) to be turquoise, but it's not a rare form of green, either. The few pieces I have found have been very very small.

Deep greenish-blue is a unique color that doesn't fit with any of the better known sea glass colors. It is "too green" (and too dark) to be turquoise, but it's not a rare form of green, either.

It was a difficult color to manufacture, mostly because of difficulty controlling the color consistently. As sea glass, it is one of the most beautiful colors-- but there is considerable variety in the intensity of the color.

It was a difficult color to manufacture, mostly because of difficulty controlling the color consistently. As sea glass, it is one of the most beautiful colours but there is considerable variety in the intensity of the color.

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