Month: October 2016

What are we going to do with all this recycled glass?

Yesterday, a gentleman came into Sand N Stones and we started talking about sea glass, and what sea glass is. It is essentially our trash that has found its way into a large body of water, the waves break it up, the tide comes…

Sea Glass – Old Glass touched by the Sea

by Michele Buckler – Sand N Stones- 112 Front St.  Lewes, DE Long ago before we became “Green” conscious, we use to throw large portions of trash into bodies of water. Few ever gave a second thought to what happened to the trash once…

Saving Sea Pottery Shards – Sand N Stones

I asked an Archaeologist one day if there was a way to save the shards that I find on the beach from crumbling over time. She told me… Pottery Shards are very pores, and when they have been in salt water for many years, the salt…

Real vs Man-Made Sea Glass

Orange Natural Sea Glass, Orange is the rarest of the sea glass colors. I have collected sea glass since I was six-year-old. One of my biggest pet peeves is that people are selling man-made sea glass as real sea glass. Several people have come into Sand N…

Sandy Delaware Ornaments

Sandy Delaware Sandflakes TM Ornaments are made with genuine Delaware sand located off the Delaware Bay.  Handcrafted locally here in Delaware especially for Sand N Stones. We currently have 2 different sizes and 2 different snowflake styles. The largest of the sandflakes TM measures…

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