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Sunday, June 17, 2012

You Get What You Pay For

If you have studied up on seaglass, you know that prices are all over the map.  Of course, most artisans who use pure, beachcombed seaglass and fine metals and gemstones charge accordingly. You may find there are dealers who price their items very low in comparison, but be careful, especially if they are rare colors of seaglass like orange, red, blue, yellow. These items are likely to be fake, "artisan", manmade, artificial, crafted, tumbled "seaglass" lookalikes and the metals may be silver tone, gold colored. Do you really want that?

 Also, there are manufactured pieces, not handmade by an artist.  If you think diamond vs. rhinestone, you get my point, but in this case, the "diamond" doesn't cost that much more than the fake!

Lucky Sea Glass doesn't run many sales, so keep coming back.  Repeat customers receive 10% off any item.  Fans of my facebook page receive 5% off on online purchases.  And, shipping is free for orders of $100 or more online in the U.S.Lucky Sea Glass on facebook  Good luck to you!

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