Sand Treasures - Sand Treasures

By: Sand Treasures  09-12-2011
Keywords: Minerals, Coins

Sand Treasures are made with  glacial sand and feature an maple leaf or anchor on the ends.

When soften with water, the Sand Treasures can be carefully worked away to reveal at least five treasures; including real gemstones, seashells and coins.

Most of the gemstones and minerals such as amethyst and sodalite can be found in Canada. Other minerals come from exotic locations from around the world. The seashells come from a variety of non-endangered speices originating in the Pacific Ocean.

Sand Treasures (Canadian edition), which features a maple leaf on each end, contain an old Canadian coin, consisting mainly of one-cent "pennies" and five-cent "nickels" from 1920-1952.

Sand Treasures (World Edition), which features an anchor on each end, contain a world coin, ranging from modern day denominations to older coins no longer in circulation.

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Keywords: Coins, Minerals

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Sand Treasures - Love Treasures

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Sand Treasures - FAQ's

It was established in 1999 and exists simply to manufacture and sell quality products which hopefully give joy and a sense of discovery to those who use them. The seashells, including turritellas, scallops and cockles, come from a variety of non-endangered species originating in the Pacific and Indian oceans.