Everyone has a favorite color. What’s yours? Some colors are so rare that one of those colors may only be discovered once in every 10,000 pieces of sea glass found. It is important to know the differences in color rarity, when searching for sea glass or shopping for sea glass jewelry. Below you can click on any of the colors and shop for all the jewelry available in that color. Being able to shop by color makes it easy to match up a pair of earrings and a pendant in your favorite color, for example. One of the great mysteries of genuine sea glass is guessing each piece’s origin. Sometimes an educated guess can be made, while at other times the original item can be accurately identified using markings and other clues. Below you can visit each color’s page, learn about each color and discover what items were originally made from that color glass.

Lime Green Sea Glass

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Lime Green sea glass is considered an uncommon color to find. If you find a piece of sea glass in lime green or own jewelry in lime green, consider yourself lucky. Some lime green sea glass contains small traces of uranium that cause them to glow under ultraviolet light, making them even more rare. The most interesting part of owning sea glass jewelry is wondering where the piece of glass originated. The beautiful lime green sea glass pieces used in the jewelry below could be from any of the items that were commonly made in lime green glass such as; vases, punch bowls and cups, candy dishes, cups and saucers, perfume bottles, glasses or candlesticks.

Green Sea Glass Jewelry

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Green sea glass, also falling in the category of Kelly Green and Emerald Green, is considered one of the more common colors to find. If you find a piece of sea glass in green or own jewelry in green, consider yourself lucky. The most interesting part of owning sea glass jewelry is wondering where the piece of glass originated. The beautiful green sea glass pieces used in the jewelry below could be from any of the items that were commonly made in green glass such as; dishes, candy dishes, goblets, cream and sugar containers, wine bottles, lamp shades, wine glasses, vases, seltzer bottles, 7up bottles, water bottles, ash trays, decanters, medicine bottles, ginger ale bottles, bitter bottles, whiskey bottles, beer bottles or flasks.

Olive Green Sea Glass Jewelry

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Olive Green sea glass, also falling in the category of Dark Green, is considered an uncommon color to find. If you find a piece of sea glass in olive green or own jewelry in olive green, consider yourself lucky. The most interesting part of owning sea glass jewelry is wondering where the piece of glass originated. The beautiful olive green sea glass pieces used in the jewelry below could be from any of the items that were commonly made in olive green glass such as; exit signs, gin bottles, wine bottles, bitter bottles, whiskey bottles, beer bottles, perfume bottles, turpentine bottles, kerosene bottles, glasses, or flasks.

Green Sea Foam Sea Glass Jewelry

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Green sea foam, also falling in the category of Light Green or Pale Green sea glass, is considered an uncommon color to find. If you find a piece of sea glass in green sea foam or own jewelry in green sea foam, consider yourself lucky. Some green sea foam sea glass contains small traces of uranium that cause it to glow under ultraviolet light, making it even more rare. The most interesting part of owning sea glass jewelry is wondering where the piece of glass originated. The beautiful green sea foam sea glass pieces used in the jewelry below could be from any of the items that were commonly made in lime green glass such as; Coke a cola bottles, pressed glass, goblets, dishes, depression glass, apothecary bottles, candy dishes, vases, electrical insulators, glasses, or flasks.

Blue Sea Foam Sea Glass Jewelry

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Blue Sea Foam, also falling in the category of Soft Blue or Powder Blue sea glass, is considered an uncommon color to find. If you find a piece of sea glass in blue sea foam or own jewelry in blue sea foam, consider yourself lucky. The most interesting part of owning sea glass jewelry is wondering where the piece of glass originated. The beautiful blue sea foam sea glass pieces used in the jewelry below could be from any of the items that were commonly made in blue sea foam glass such as; candy dishes, perfume bottles, oil lamps, dishes, glass floats, apothecary bottles, ball jars or flasks.

Medium Blue Sea Glass Jewelry

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Medium blue, also falling in the category of Cornflower Blue sea glass, is considered a rare color to find. If you find a piece of sea glass in medium blue or own jewelry in medium blue, consider yourself lucky. The most interesting part of owning sea glass jewelry is wondering where the piece of glass originated. The beautiful medium blue sea glass pieces used in the jewelry below could be from any of the items that were commonly made in medium blue glass such as; pilsner glasses, oil lamps, plates, candle sticks, goblets, vases, flasks or decanters.

Blue Sea Glass Jewelry

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Blue, also falling in the category of Cobalt Blue or Dark Blue sea glass, is considered a rare color to find. If you find a piece of sea glass in blue or own jewelry in blue, consider yourself lucky. The most interesting part of owning sea glass jewelry is wondering where the piece of glass originated. The beautiful blue sea glass pieces used in the jewelry below could be from any of the items that were commonly made in blue glass such as; poison bottles, ash trays, vases, dishes, glasses, salt and pepper shakers, medicine bottles, ink wells, electrical insulators, flasks, candle sticks, Bromo seltzer bottles, oil lamps, Milk of Magnesia bottles, Vicks bottles, Noxzema bottles, or shaving cream containers.

Turquoise Sea Glass Jewelry

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Turquoise sea glass is considered an extremely rare color to find. If you find a piece of sea glass in turquoise or own jewelry in turquoise, consider yourself lucky. The most interesting part of owning sea glass jewelry is wondering where the piece of glass originated. The beautiful turquoise sea glass pieces used in the jewelry below could be from any of the items that were commonly made in turquoise glass such as; dishes, cups and saucers, snuff bottles, pitchers, candy dishes, seltzer bottles, ink jars or cookie jars.

Aqua Sea Glass Jewelry

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Aqua, also falling in the category of Teal or Blue Green sea glass, is considered a rare color to find. If you find a piece of sea glass in aqua or own jewelry in aqua, consider yourself lucky. The most interesting part of owning sea glass jewelry is wondering where the piece of glass originated. The beautiful aqua sea glass pieces used in the jewelry below could be from any of the items that were commonly made in aqua glass such as; electrical insulators, medicine bottles, candy dishes, pitchers, candle sticks, flasks or ball jars.

White Sea Glass Jewelry

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White sea glass, originally clear, is considered a common color to find. If you find a piece of sea glass in white or own jewelry in white, consider yourself lucky. The most interesting part of owning sea glass jewelry is wondering where the piece of glass originated. The beautiful frosted white sea glass pieces used in the jewelry below could be from any of the items that were commonly made in white glass such as; milk bottles, pitchers, vases, cookie jars, candle sticks, salt and pepper shakers, medicine bottles, apothecary jars, creamer and sugar containers, perfume bottles, decanters, bitter bottles, dessert cups, ink wells, oil lamps, ball jars, punch bowls, cups, wine glasses, electrical insulators or cake stands.

Light Brown Sea Glass Jewelry

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Light brown sea glass, also falling in the category of Amber or Honey Brown, is considered an uncommon color to find. If you find a piece of sea glass in light brown or own jewelry in light brown, consider yourself lucky. The most interesting part of owning sea glass jewelry is wondering where the piece of glass originated. The beautiful light brown sea glass pieces used in the jewelry below could be from any of the items that were commonly made in light brown glass such as: flasks, apothecary bottles, medicine bottles, beer bottles or glasses.

Brown Sea Glass Jewelry

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Brown sea glass is considered a common color to find. If you find a piece of sea glass in brown or own jewelry in brown, consider yourself lucky. The most interesting part of owning sea glass jewelry is wondering where the piece of glass originated. The beautiful brown sea glass pieces used in the jewelry below could be from any of the items that were commonly made in brown glass such as; poison bottles, beer bottle, humidor jars, decanters, medicine bottles, Clorox bottles, flasks, apothecary bottles, syrup bottles or ash trays.

Black Sea Glass Jewelry

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Black sea glass is considered an extremely rare color to find. If you find a piece of sea glass in black or own jewelry in black, consider yourself lucky. Black sea glass when held up to light will reveal that is actually a very dark brown, green or purple. The most interesting part of owning sea glass jewelry is wondering where the piece of glass originated. The beautiful black sea glass pieces used in the jewelry below could be from any of the items that were commonly made in black glass such as; wine bottles, beer bottles or liquor bottles.

Grey Sea Glass Jewelry

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Grey sea glass is considered an extremely rare color to find. If you find a piece of sea glass in gray or own jewelry in gray, consider yourself lucky. Some gray sea glass is actually clear glass that has turned grayish over time from a chemical reaction caused by sunlight. The most interesting part of owning sea glass jewelry is wondering where the piece of glass originated. The beautiful gray sea glass pieces used in the jewelry below could be from any of the items that were commonly made in gray glass such as; pressed glass, pitchers, oil lamps, glasses, vases.

Lavender Sea Glass Jewelry

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Lavender sea glass, also falling in the category of Pale Purple, is considered a rare color to find. If you find a piece of sea glass in lavender or own jewelry in lavender, consider yourself lucky. Some lavender sea glass is actually clear glass that has turned lavender over time from a chemical reaction caused by sunlight. The most interesting part of owning sea glass jewelry is wondering where the piece of glass originated. The beautiful lavender sea glass pieces used in the jewelry below could be from any of the items that were commonly made in lavender glass such as; creamer and sugar containers, ash trays, candle sticks, sugar bowls, decanters, perfume bottles or candy dishes.

Pink Sea Glass JewelryShop

Pink sea glass is considered an uncommon color to find. If you find a piece of sea glass in pink or own jewelry in pink, consider yourself lucky. Some pink sea glass is actually clear glass that has turned pink over time from a chemical reaction caused by sunlight. The most interesting part of owning sea glass jewelry is wondering where the piece of glass originated. The beautiful pink sea glass pieces used in the jewelry below could be from any of the items that were commonly made in pink glass such as; tableware, vases, candy dishes, depression glass, cups and saucers, salt and pepper shakers, lamp bases, lamp shades, butter dishes or perfume bottles.

Red Sea Glass Jewelry

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Red sea glass is considered an extremely rare color to find. If you find a piece of sea glass in red or own jewelry in red, consider yourself lucky. The most interesting part of owning sea glass jewelry is wondering where the piece of glass originated. The beautiful red sea glass pieces used in the jewelry below could be from any of the items that were commonly made in red glass such as; pitchers, decanters, lamp shades, perfume bottles, candy dishes, oil lamps, tail lights, tumblers, exit signs, ash trays or cream and sugar containers.

Orange Sea Glass Jewelry

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Orange sea glass is considered an extremely rare color to find. If you find a piece of sea glass in orange or own jewelry in orange, consider yourself lucky. The most interesting part of owning sea glass jewelry is wondering where the piece of glass originated. The beautiful orange sea glass pieces used in the jewelry below could be from any of the items that were commonly made in orange glass such as; ash trays, candy dishes or canisters.

Yellow Sea Glass Jewelry

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Yellow sea glass is considered an extremely rare color to find. If you find a piece of sea glass in yellow or own jewelry in yellow, consider yourself lucky. Some yellow sea glass falls in the category of Vaseline glass. Vaseline glass contains small traces of uranium that causes it to glow under ultraviolet light, making it even more rare. The most interesting part of owning sea glass jewelry is wondering where the piece of glass originated. The beautiful yellow sea glass pieces used in the jewelry below could be from any of the items that were commonly made in yellow glass such as; cookie jars, candy dishes, salt and pepper shakers, oil and vinegar decanters, wine glasses, vases, high ball glasses, candle sticks, oil lamps or cream and sugar containers.

Multicolored Sea Glass Jewelry

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Multicolored sea glass is considered an extremely rare find. If you find a piece of multicolored sea glass or own jewelry with multiple colors, consider yourself lucky. Some multicolored glass is also called end of day glass. End of the day glass was commonly made at the end of the day with the scrap glass left over. It was mixed together to avoid waste and used to make multicolored glassware. The most interesting part of owning sea glass jewelry is wondering where the piece of glass originated. The beautiful multicolored sea glass pieces used in the jewelry below could be from any of the items that were commonly made with multiple colors such as; marbles, candy dishes, vases, pitchers, or oil lamps.