edinburgh sea glass

Adam scoured the beaches at Granton, Edinburgh for these sea treasures.  We usually see sea glass in a mattified state, due to the sands and seas buffing away at the once sharp pieces, making them smooth and of a frosted appearance.  Adam, always liking to be a bit different, hit upon the idea to treat the sea glass as he would any other gemstone – by cutting, faceting and polishing, an expensive process usually reserved for semi precious gemstones.   The result is wonderfully sparkling, beautiful sea-born jewels in many different colours!  Once old wine bottles, beer bottles, medicine bottles, ornaments and other lost belongings, this Edinburgh Sea Glass has been reborn into a highly desirable little piece of Edinburgh's history!