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East Neuk Beach Crafts

Personalised Sea Glass Heart with Hand-Painted Writing - Framed Green Scottish Seaglass Painting

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£100.00 GBP
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£100.00 GBP
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A beautiful personalised sea glass heart - a perfect gift for that special occasion such as a big birthday, anniversary, a wedding gift or a new baby! It could also be a list of names for a special family. This framed beach art includes an original Scottish seaglass heart mosaic and your choice of words which will be hand-painted using watercolour and silver ink. The entire piece is framed in a box frame in either white, natural pine or a lovely seaside green. The finished piece measures 33cm x 24cm.

For this unique gift, I'd recommend 4 lines of text with either names, dates or words such as 'married, engaged, 40th anniversary'. If you let me know the occasion I'll help you work out what the words can be! I'll customise the text, fonts and sizes so the words fit perfectly on the finished piece! Please use the note at checkout to let me know your ideas or alternatively email me after you've placed your order at

The heart mosaic is made of shades of green Scottish seaglass, evocatively known as 'sea foam'.  The glass has been reshaped and smoothed over decades of tumbling in the Scottish waves! Silver wire and Celtic swirls have been added to enhance the shapes and colour of the glass.

Please choose your frame colour - the painted frame will be £25 extra. As this piece is customised and hand-painted, please allow 2-3 weeks for delivery. It could be sooner depending on my work-load!

All my art is handmade in Scotland from naturally sea-worn materials. I love to gather these treasures while beach-combing on the beautiful beaches in Anstruther in the East Neuk of Fife as well as the surrounding beaches of St Andrews, Pittenweem, Crail & St Monans. Much of the sea glass dates back to the Victorian era and is known as 'mermaid tears'. When sailors were lost at sea, the mermaids would cry and their tears would wash up on the shore.