Treasures to host SeaGals Gallery of Delaware Trunk Show April 19

Original sea glass jewelry by Sue Lemmons, founder of SeaGals Gallery, will be on display and for sale April 19 at Treasures, 116 Second St. in Lewes. SOURCE SUBMITTED
April 15, 2014

Treasures will hold a special weekend event from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Saturday, April 19, at 116 Second St. in Lewes, when it hosts one of the artists of SeaGals Gallery of Delaware, Sue Lemmons, who creates beautiful, unique sea glass jewelry and seashell art.

As native Delawareans, the SeaGal sisters demonstrate a true appreciation for Delaware beaches and the natural elements found along its shores in their artful creations.

“Growing up, we were fortunate enough to be able to spend summers at the beach - camping and doing all the fun things that go along with it - fishing, crabbing, clamming and canoeing.  We also spent countless hours together beachcombing and collecting things over the years which inspired us to create natural, unique items.  Our handcrafted sea glass jewelry and seashell art are created using items we find -  left in their natural state as much as possible using a healthy dose of imagination,” said Lemmons.

SeaGals take pride in their unique, one-of-a kind designs.   They make pendants for women, men, teens and kids.

“SeaGals Gallery simply would not exist had the value of imagination and creativity not been instilled by our mother, June Coffin-Rankin, and our families, who have been avid supporters.  We mainly use sea glass from the Delaware Bay and Atlantic Ocean and find most of it ourselves. However, we have two retired aunts, Elaine Willey and Carolyn Reed, both of Milford, who took up beachcombing and frequently bring us what they find. They have been a huge help in keeping us stocked, which also gives us more time to create jewelry and shell art,” said Lemmons, founder of Seagals.

Treasures offers a full range of sterling silver jewelry, home décor, lamps and more. Treasures is open daily with extended evening hours in the summer season. For more information, contact Treasures at 302-644-1660.

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