About Us

Red sea glass found on Long Island Sound.

Holly, a native Long Islander and a life long collector of authentic sea glass (many Long Islanders know it better as beach glass), I have taken sea glass jewelry to the next level. As a child I walked many local beaches in amazement of all the pieces of beach glass I found. Today I walk those same sun drenched beaches in search of the perfect beach glass shard to share with others all over the world! Much of the shore line terrain has changed and the amount of beach glass found has declined but the thrill of beach glass combing is still there. In 2003, was the beginning of HL Sea & Beach Glass Jewelry. What started as a hobby of interest and love, grew into a full jewelry business. Over the years I have had the chance to meet such wonderful people and made many friends. Because of the many sea glass enthusiast like myself out there, the next 10 years in the sea glass business will only be better, with new jewelry designs and ideas! We will be adding new inventory daily, so check back regularly to see our new creations. You also have a choice to place a custom order for anything you have in mind or to incorporate a piece of your sea glass into jewelry. Looking forward to hearing from you!

Holly L’Hommedieu is the artist/owner of HL Sea Glass Jewelry since 2003. She learned all of her jewelry techniques by reading, videos and though years of practice. Holly works with a variety of medias, local sea glass and sea glass from all over the world. She enjoys most of all working with a customers personal shard of sea glass, creating a wearable work of art that has a story behind it. Holly has been a life long sea glass collector taking advantage of living on the East End of Long Island, NY and is blessed to live a short distance from Peconic Bay, L.I. Sound and the Atlantic Ocean. She is now selling her creations on her website: HL Sea Beach & Glass Jewelry, consignment shops and art/ craft shows. Holly also works as a Registered Nurse in a local Hospital not far from her home and has used sea glass collecting and jewelry making a therapeutic outlet from her nursing profession. She also finds inspiration making Cancer Awareness Jewelry for cancer survivors and their families to give them a sense of comfort during their most difficult time in life. Holly has been a North American Sea Glass Association, AKA NASGA Commercial Member since 2006 and proud to be a 2016 board member.