Origin: Yale, BC, Canada
Description: This glass is from Yale, B.C.
A town from the old goldrush days of British Columbia in 1858. There was no bottle recycling programs back then, so all the bottles were just smashed or tossed. eventually finding their way to the Fraser River. Many collect on the Yale bar to this day.
The glass has lead which gives it cool colors. It also has sharper edges than sea glass, though for the most part still relatively rounded down.
Chemical Composition: SiO2
Appearance: Transparent and Translucent
Cracks: Minimal/ None
Mineral: No Inclusions other than Lead which adds color
Cost per Gram: $0.08
Approximate Size and Weight for each piece
Size range: Small to Medium
Size approximately: 4.5cm x 4cm x .5cm
Rough is rough. We do our best to grade and describe pieces in the lot, but ultimately, they all differ.