|the sea glass gallery
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The use of these photos is strictly prohibited without written consent from Kathryn Toma.
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|The bottle in the above photo is known as a torpedo bottle.
These bottles were popular from 1860 through 1890.
They were used for mineral water and sealed with a cork.
|The above grouping of photos was taken in April, 2011 on the island of Grand Manan.
Although the weather wasn't ideal for wading
and I had to linger in the surf waiting for the tide to make an
appearance, I was pleased with the results!
|Photo 148 contains glass stoppers which were used to
top apothecary bottles in the 1800's.
|Photos 2497, 2504 and 2194 are made up of
antique glass buoys and other assorted treasures
photographed on the beach amid the snow and ice!
|Glass marbles and bottle necks
washed up on the shore.
|Some great glass from summer, 2012.
The bottom photo was taken on the
hull of an abandoned boat.