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A hemingray 42 that I cut in half, with my slab saw! LOL
 

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I sculpt the glass into heart shapes and tumble them. They look like sea glass hearts. Women love them.
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How cool! Your so creative- you should post a pix sometimes. Did the hurricane fairy bring great things to Jersey or have you looked?

Nicholas- welcomed, from Cali! I didn’t know insulators could be so beautiful! Those are super cool. That’s a pretty gnarly way to find bottles. (Said the girl who rock climbs a rock slid mountain ready to slide again, straight up, to find zillions & zillions of crystals- & calls it heck-o-fun!)


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How cool! Your so creative- you should post a pix sometimes. Did the hurricane fairy bring great things to Jersey or have you looked?

Nicholas- welcomed, from Cali! I didn’t know insulators could be so beautiful! Those are super cool. That’s a pretty gnarly way to find bottles. (Said the girl who rock climbs a rock slid mountain ready to slide again, straight up, to find zillions & zillions of crystals- & calls it heck-o-fun!)
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Couple of things but no time to look. I may have time this week. I like the fall. Cooler Temps and the leaves fall off all the plants so I can see everything. Spring is my most favorite time to look, before the leaves come on the plants.
If I find anything I will post it all.
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Here’s a giant green insulator made by Westinghouse. I think the year of production is 1939. It weighs 23 pounds!
 

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I found this broken insulator. It is a W. Brookfield 45 cliff st. It is dome embossed only. 7 on opposite sides. Is it a harder one to get? No pat. dates. I can't find one like it exactly online.
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I’m not sure how rare it is but I have a couple like that. I believe they call them crown embossed Brookfields (CREB, if you were to look it up).
I do like the CREB’s.
 

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