I'm Penny and have spent my whole life on Cornish beaches, as a child and then with my own children. Never forgetting what a  privilege that was. This led my daughter Jo to turn her lifelong love of collecting sea glass into Tideline Treasure.

Sadly a pandemic and work commitments got in her way. She would be gutted to shut it down after all the love and  hard work and I have a history of jewellery making so am taking the reins.

Hopefully she will steer me through the technicalities of social media, the consequences if not could be dire!

However, who wouldn't want to spend more time on the beach combing for the glass and then producing each unique piece of jewellery. 

Between us we have some of the most amazing beaches covered. I am in Cornwall and Jo is in the Highlands.

I will be following Jo's ethos which I will leave in her own words below.

I'm Jo and I use sea glass and sea pottery to make jewellery inspired by my childhood, spent hunting for treasure and dreaming of mermaids on Cornish beaches.
I am based in the beautiful Scottish Highlands, full of breathtaking beaches with mountain backdrops. However, I often use treasure found on coastal adventures elsewhere - including my regular trips home to Cornwall. 
My ethos is to make beautiful jewellery while helping to reduce 
the amount of  man-made rubbish found on our beaches and in our oceans - proof that recycling is beautiful.
I try to keep track of where my treasure comes from, as I believe it adds an extra special touch to my jewellery - harder than you would think when every pocket/bag contains various beach finds!
I hope you enjoy browsing the shop and please come say hello next time you're on Instagram or Facebook. 

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