**THIS IS A CUSTOM LISTING**
This means that you will get to choose the color you would like for your sea glass before I make the item. I will keep in touch with you via email or Instagram DM to show you the different available pieces. Please keep in mind that the rarer the color of the sea glass the higher the cost. Some of the rarer pieces are bought from collectors who have been lucky to find them. Pictured above are some of my previously made Gold Dipped Sea Glass Necklaces. You can view more on my Instagram. If you don't see the color you desire from the options below please send me an email and we will coordinate something. I promise to go above and beyond for my customers to make them a truly special piece that will mean the world to them. After all, a happy customer makes a happy shop owner.
These gorgeous sea glass necklaces are composed of genuine sea glass found on the beach, drilled, and "dipped" in gold. The pendant hangs on a 16inch long necklace. Chain, clasp, and jumprings are 14K Gold Filled. Makes perfect for layering or even to wear by itself. Pendant size is about 1/2inch - 3/4 of an inch. Comes in a biodegradable kraft box with upcycled bubble wrap to prevent breakage during shipment. Necklace can be made into an 18 inch necklace for an additional $2. Just choose add the extra length in this listing here >>> http://www.thewalkingmermaidshop.com/product/add-on-length-14k-gold-filled-chain
CURRENT AVAILABLE COLORS BY RARITY
1-10 from 1 (easy to find) to 10 (rare and hard to find)
Kelly Green 1
Olive Green 2
Jade (Green) 2
Husk (darkish green) 2
Alligator (very dark green) 2
Peridot (close to an olive green) 3
Green Sea Foam (like a light green aqua) 3
Sage (greenish color) 3
Cucumber (light aqua color) 4
If you do not see the color that you are seeking please let me know and I can try to find a piece of that color. You can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or send me a message on Facebook or Instagram. **List is updated bi-weekly**
Please keep in mind that taking photos of sea glass can be very difficult as lighting and angles can fluctuate with the color. I do my best to capture the sea glass in it's true color but there may be very slight difference. All colors will be named according to the Carter Sea Glass Rarity Guide to get you the truest natural color of the sea glass possible.