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Cat On Rock. The name drew me to this store, for the simple reason that it's so unusual. I mean, there has to be a story there, right? After reading through Kristina's sweet account of rescuing an abandoned kitten on a beach in Barbados I understood the name.
Once I finished the entire About Us section I began browsing through all of the Sea glass jewelry. I was hooked. Every handcrafted piece is eye catching and stunning. I personally own a few pieces of sea glass jewelry, but nothing like Kristina's designs. One of my favorite items would have to be the Seahorse. It's beautiful and whimsical. Isn't it lovely?
Sea glass is unique. It's glass that has been discarded, or trashed, in the sea and then worn and etched from the water, sand, and sun. It can take almost 10 years of tumbling about in the sea for a piece of glass to reach "sea glass" status. Then Kristina works her magic with the once abandoned glass, some wire and beads to create all of the dazzling items found at Cat On Rock.
One man's trash really can be another's treasure.
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