Sea Glass Slave Bracelets: Always One of a Kind!

by Jen on November 18, 2011

Slave bracelets are already pretty unique. But a slave bracelet made with sea glass is truly one of a kind! No two pieces of sea glass are ever alike. After being tumbled about in the ocean for tens, or in some cases hundreds, of years, the smoothed and frosted shards of glass that were once part of a treasured family heirloom wash up on the beach, ready to be turned into something new.


I get all my sea glass from the shores of Newfoundland, where my parents live.  Other than polishing it by hand to remove the excess sea salt, it remains completely unaltered, exactly how it washed up on the beach from the Atlantic Ocean.


As they are rather time consuming to make, and require a precise fit, I only make these sea glass slave bracelets as custom orders.  To request one for yourself, or to see my other slave bracelets and sea glass creations, please visit my ArtFire studio.

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Lou May 18, 2013 at 12:31 am

How much is the cost for the slave bracelet at the top of this page?


Jen May 18, 2013 at 1:18 am

Hi Lou!
This style goes for $65, just let me know the ring size and I can get started on it within a day or two 🙂


Dawn Lawson October 19, 2017 at 2:43 pm

Hi There,

I’m interested in the white sea glass slave bracelet. The problem is, I have had several, and they all have come apart, or the chains have broken. I’m tired of carrying around E6000. How much would it cost to get one made with a heavier gage chain? Thanks, Dawn


Jen October 19, 2017 at 6:42 pm

Hi Dawn,

No problem, I’d be happy to make a custom piece for you! It would be about $75; if that works for you just shoot me an email at brainofjen@gmail.com and we can hammer out all the details 🙂



Dawn Lawson October 19, 2017 at 2:44 pm

I don’t mean yours have come apart!!! Other people’s. Just to clarify.


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