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    Sea glass

    Idk? Have tried to research this one and closest I have found would be sea glass. It's 1/2" and smooth even in color. I don't think it's sea glass either though it's hard to tell. Can you help me out please?
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    Re: Sea glass

    I'm guessing that someone makes the frosted "clearie" type as decorator marbles. I guess sea glass marble might be a possibility but most of those are marbles with a pattern that somehow ended up in the water/ocean and were "frosted" by the water.

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    Re: Sea glass

    Yes I'm thinking your right because it's so smooth but what about these that have a rough salty surface?
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    Re: Sea glass

    I would think just the deterioration process by being in water, especially salt water. Or the marble could have had frit on it originally but...?

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    Re: Sea glass

    Right plus a bad pic too. Thanks for your knowledgeable input was very helpful .

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    Re: Sea glass

    I'm guessing that someone makes the frosted "clearie" type as decorator marbles. I guess sea glass marble might be a possibility but most of those are marbles with a pattern that somehow ended up in the water/ocean and were "frosted" by the water.

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