Michigan Beach Sand Jewelry
Michigan is filled with miles and miles of coastal bliss for the beach lover. Michigan has the second largest shoreline in the entire country with over 3,200 miles of shoreline on the Great Lakes. The only other state that has more shoreline than Michigan is Alaska. Michigan is also surrounded by all 4 of the Great Lakes and has so many unique beaches that you can visit. Michigan also has some of the best crystal clear waters and the sand is absolutely pristine and beautiful! Maybe you have a lakeshore vacation home in Michigan or you have a specific beach you visit year after year, doesn't matter because I'm very jealous. My beaches have a special place in my heart, but Michigan beaches really are spectacular. The sand from any of the beaches makes my beach sand jewelry look stunning!
The Michigan beach destinations that we currently have available in our beach sand jewelry collection are Empire Beach, Grand Haven Beach, Manistique Beach, Orchard Beach, Sagatuck Beach, and Twelvemile Beach. In addition to this collection, you can always send us your own Michigan beach sand to use for your beach sand jewelry.
We have many different styles of beach sand jewelry available. Beach Sand Earrings, Beach Sand Bracelets, Beach Sand Necklaces, and Beach Sand Rings are all available to choose from. We have a Classic Jewelry Collection, Artisan Jewelry Collection, and a Bohemian Jewelry Collection. Each piece of our original beach sand jewelry is handmade in Maine. We use quality materials such as stainless steel and sterling silver as well as glass on top of the beach sand. Our beach jewelry using sand is one of the most unique and beautiful ways to wear your Beachdashery Jewelry all year long!
Beachdashery also gives back to non-profit and charitable organizations that protect the oceans and the beaches. A portion of the proceeds of each purchase help support these organizations. Beachdashery is committed to doing everything we can to support the oceans and the beaches.
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Made in Maine since 2004.