This sea glass frame depicts a calving glacier which can be one of the most powerful things you will see in Alaska. Large chunk of ice larger than a house, or sometimes a city block can break free and make a huge splash. This calving glacier is another 16 x 20 inch frame and features some of the harder to find blue glass.
Mr. Moose is featured in a 16 x 20 inch frame. Made from beautiful brown and white seas glass this makes another brilliant centerpiece for any wall.
This beautiful wave can make a great centerpiece for any wall. Made from light blue, green, white, and clear natural sea glass, this is also a fairly uncommon image. The light blue sea glass is not easy to find and we will only be able to make a few of these each year.
Shown here is a log cabin with smoke billowing out of its chimney, with an Alaskan dog musher mushing over the hill above. And of course, nobody could miss the famous aroura borealis, more commonly referred to as the northern lights.
These coffee mugs, in addition to being beautiful, are very rare. The pottery used for both of these frames represents all of the pottery we have collected on the beaches of Nome, AK in our first year here. So until the 2019 summer season, these will be the only 2 in existence.
The Creek Side cabin features three snow-topped mountains in the background, and enough trees and shrubbery to surround the cabin that even the knights who say Ni would allow you passage. The blue sea glass making up the creek is one of the more difficult colors to find on the beaches of Nome, AK.
These flowers are made from a wide variety of sea glass colors available in Nome, AK. Featuring the more common colors like brown, green and clear, along with the rarer colors like blue, yellow, and red. Due to the short supply of scarcer colors, not many of these frames can be made each year.
This Sea Glass Frame was named "The Tree of Nome" out of irony because Nome, AK doesn't actually have trees. With temperatures so cold that the ocean completely freezes over, the area around Nome is a frozen tundra.
This tree is made of brown and green sea glass and it is the first Sea Glass Frame Koehler Tile made.
Sea Glass Mosaics
Every Sea Glass Picture Frame is made from authentic sea glass found on the beaches of Nome, AK. To order one of the frames shown here, or order a custom image, please email us.