Andaman Island Sea Glass

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Sea glass is formed in the ocean takes anywhere from 50 to 100 years to create. Constant tumbling and soaking in the salt water create a smooth, frosted surface over the glass, as well as rounded edges. Sea glass comes in all shapes, sizes, and colors, but some colors are rarer than others


It has a weathered, natural look and feel. Because it's been broken down by time, tumbling, and salt water the chemical composition of the glass has actually changed through a natural dehydration process, a critical reason why it looks different than manufactured, tumbled glass.

The reason is pretty straightforward: glass is no longer being used as commonly as it was a few decades ago. Back in the 1960s and 70s, many things, including bottles, jars and pots were made of glass.


Where does this Sea Glass come from? 

It was picked up on the beaches of the Andaman Islands, part of India that is off the tip of Myanmar. 

The Andaman Islands are an Indian archipelago in the Bay of Bengal. These roughly 300 islands are known for their palm-lined, white-sand beaches, mangroves and tropical rainforests. Coral reefs supporting marine life such as sharks and rays make for popular diving and snorkeling sites