Sea Glass Chronicles: Whispers from the Past

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Down East Enterprise, Incorporated, Sep 1, 2001 - Antiques & Collectibles
3 Reviews
For anyone who has walked upon a beach, picked up a worn fragment of glass or pottery and wondered at its origin, here is an informative and entertaining resource.This examination of sea glass, ceramic shards, and doll pieces found on the world’s beaches combines stunning photographs of beautiful, sea-worn artifacts with a fascinating historic context of their origins.

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User Review  - Overstock.com

Based on the title of this book I assumed it would provide me a lot of info on sea glass. It touches upon it briefly, however the vast majority is about broken china plates, dolls ect. that wash up ... Read full review

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User Review  - Cindy - Goodreads

Divided into three parts this book showcases small but beautifully photographs images of sea glass, ceramic shards, and ceramic doll parts. The photos were nicely done and the descriptions add a nice informative touch. A nice coffee table book. Read full review

About the author (2001)

C. S. Lambert is a Camden, Maine resident and professional writer and the author of an educational coloring book Tall Tales from Tall Ships (Colby & Co., 1992). She has extensive media experience.

Pat Hanbery is a nationally recognized art, nature and wildlife photographer currently conducting photography workshops near her home in Bradenton, Florida. Her works have appeared in Florida Wildlife, View magazine, and Florida’s Fabulous Seashells.

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