on all etsy purchases from Worn Elements and neptune's confetti 
now until Dec.31st!!!!
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t h e   a l l u r e   o f      

s e a   g l a s s...

welcome  to:


   the secrets of 

  "Davy Jones' Locker"...          

   glass from centuries of


sunken vessels, fishing 

boats, cruise

 washed on to the beach

 and re-purposed...the

 ultimate in recycling.

 Craft Show Schedule: .

It was a great season! See you in 2019!

    Thanks for your continued support and patronage.
See you in 2019!



    Another Addition to Our Booth!
"neptune's confetti/
took another FIRST PLACE prize
 in the "Jewelry"
of the prestigious 
Wood Street Fair, in Burlington, NJ.
3RD Blue Ribbon 
sure looks nice paired with our 
Blue Ribbons 
Red Ribbon
from the past 4 years!
 We are grateful for the 
acknowledgement from 
the judges, and the
 loyal patronage from 
our customers. 

 Hand picked off sundry beaches around the world, hand crafted in the wilds of New Jersey, these unique wire woven sea glass pendants and earrings of various sizes, shapes, and colors are available in a variety of metallic-tone wrapped settings.

Celtic Charms combine with 
wire wrapped sea glass 
to create bracelets fit for a Queen!

TONS of new items on our ETSY stores!!! 
Shop in comfort from your own home. The virtual "shelves" are being stocked with new items constantly!Shipped within a day, worldwide. Pop on over to:
Ready to polish up your 
neptune's confetti jewelry? 
Find out "how" on our 
"Frequently Asked Questions" 
page here on the website. Just click on "F.A.Q.s" listed on the menu,left!
Our Search for 
Sea Glass
The thrill of the hunt...
One of the most delightful aspects of creating jewelry for "neptune's confetti" and "WornElements" is the unending search for beautiful, genuine, quality glass. Whether it has been tumbled by the sand and ocean waves to create luminous sea glass, or smoothed for years by river currents and silt to create "fresh water"  sea glass (also known as "river glass"), it has to be "the real deal". This is easily recognized by the smooth shape, satiny feel, and frosty appearance. These qualities are indicative of many years being spent in the water, causing lime to leach out to the surface and crystallize. This true beauty can not be achieved by man-made methods. 
Our search has lead us in many directions, both geographically and within the realm of the worldwide web. Our painstaking online research has put us in contact with certified authentic sea glass collectors from all over the world, with whom we trade, buy, and barter. We have a chance to hear the exciting back stories of where their glass was collected, be it a "rubbish tip" on the coast of southern England where a ship went down 100 years ago, or the fishing waters of Gibraltar, Spain where constant clamming churns up gorgeous pieces of antiquated glass, to name a few. But our favorite part of this endeavor has to be when we search and collect the glass ourselves. Our first opportunity was our honeymoon trip to Bermuda, which you can read about on our "About Us" page. Next was our first trip to Maine, which is detailed on our "Message From The King" page. Below are photos chronicling  our  glass collecting adventures:
Sandy Hook, New Jersey
Our recent trip to Sandy Hook on a blustery October day proved fruitful! 
On the beach one day...beautiful "micro" necklaces the next!
Monhegan Island, off the Coast of Maine
This tiny island can only be reached by boat twice a day. The rocky coast provides a host of glass collecting opportunities!
Shenandoah River, Virginia
Fresh water "sea glass" or "river glass" was a challenge to find! This picture features a finished piece of jewelry photographed in its "natural habitat" for our website.
Fortescue Beach, New Jersey
One of our best finds ever, and right in our own home state!
Pemaquid Point, Maine
One of the best things about our Maine vacations is the ability to create our jewelry on the very edge of where we found the sea glass!
St. Georges, Bermuda
Here we are taking a break at the very top of the island. This shoreline was dotted with sea glass, as were the other beaches we visited in St. Georges. We collected carefully and only took what we could use. Dont worry, we left THOUSANDS of pieces behind...we can't wait to come back!
Wondering HOW we make 
"neptune's confetti"??? Click below for our latest addition to the website, 
           "From Trash to Treasure: How We Work"
and watch the slideshow featuring the evolution of a pile of sea glass into a pair of earrings! 
Or scroll down the menu to  the page link.

             "neptune's confetti" 
uses only natural, sea-tumbled sea glass in our jewelry. Period. Nothing equals its natural luster and organic shape. For more information on genuine sea glass, click on our F.A.Q.'s page from the Menu.
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