This small 'floating' posy of delicate, sea glass clocks, is made with perfect seaberries from Seaham*, UK. Glued to an acrylic sheet, each piece of sea glass catches the light and shines from within (well, from behind actually but you know what I mean!) . 


Free standing on a solid wooden block, this sea glass art work is perfect for any windowsill or shelf - pretty much anywhere in the house will be instantly brightened by a 


Display measures 18cm 


* World renowned amongst sea glass lovers, Seaham beach yields some of the most sought after sea glass pieces. 


The Londonderry Bottleworks, which operated from the 1850s to 1921, was the largest in Britain. Producing up to 20,000 hand-blown bottles every day, they distributed their glassworks world wide. At the end of each day, waste glass was dumped into the North Sea which obviously would be frowned upon in this day and age.


However, over 100 years later, the colourful glass that can be found - beautifully smoothed and shaped by the rough North Sea - truly are gems to be treasured. 

All in Good Time