I started making sea glass jewellery in early 2018, originally as a one off birthday present for my mother-in-law.

I enjoyed the process of making the jewellery and as a family we all enjoy combing the beaches for sea gems. So it seemed like a great idea to start making more jewellery and selling it on for other people to enjoy.

Myself (Damian), my partner (Claire) and my 3 daughters all help comb the beaches we visit for sea glass. We are always trying new beaches, sometimes we are successful, sometimes we find nothing at all. But a day at the beach is always enjoyed.

A successful day of looking for sea glass

Sea glass jewellery is really unique, no piece of sea glass is the same. Each piece is shaped by the waves, sand and pebbles over decades.

It is even more unique when it involves rare colours, reds, oranges, purples, pinks and yellows are extremely rare. Then you have blues, blacks and opaque colours which are quite rare. These colours can make a truly unique piece of jewellery.

That doesn’t mean to say that the more common colours are easy to come across, or look beautiful as jewellery though!

Visit our shop page to see what we currently have available.

See all of our beach combing adventures and sea glass jewellery making activity on Instagram: