Sea Glass and Sea Stone Jewelry from Cape Cod and Boston

Wednesday, June 29, 2011

South Shore Living Magazine Sea Glass Feature

This morning I walked into my local sign maker's shop in Scituate Harbor, "Kukstis Woodcarving" to ask for some advise from Paul Kukstis the shop's gracious owner. During out conversation he asked what I did for a living. I told him I made sea glass jewelry and he said, "Are you the same jewelry designer as the one I just read about in South Shore Living Magazine?" He had just received the magazine through his subscription before any of the news stands had it available. He flipped through the pages and landed on the picture of me in a generous half page article of me and my jewelry business Liliana Designs!

What a terrific way to start the day!  I was a little in shock and just scanned the article while we were standing there. I could see through the pictures that the article highlighted my "Sandcastle" line which features drilled genuine hand collected sea glass and sterling silver. I do remember when South Shore Living Magazine staff came to my home studio they were interested in my instructional video about drilling sea glass.  I had known of course that I would be in the magazine, but was not expecting such a nice spread! To see other jewelry designs including bezel set, drilled and wire wrapped pieces go to my website at

Thank you South Shore Living!

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Scituate, Cohasset, Hingham, Cape Cod, Boston, Massachusetts, United States
I am a jewelry designer and photographer living on New England's East Coast in historic Scituate Harbor, Massachusetts near Boston and Cape Cod. My blog is mostly about my muses and inspirations with sea glass and how that translates into my jewelry designs and photographic expressions. For years I've been combing the beaches for sea glass and have built a substantial collection of rare, antique pieces of frosty sea glass in lovely colors. On days when the weather cooperates I'll be out kayaking around Boston Harbor and Cape Cod to collect beautiful, historic sea glass gems. I love to research the origins of the sea glass pieces and I have stories to share about each unique find.