Diving into a Master Marble Sunburst

Even when you think you’ve seen everything there is to see in one marble, a closer look reveals a burst of beauty like a treasure hidden away until now.

I discovered this underwater paradise today inside a Master Marble Sunburst marble, made sometime between 1930 and 1941. Upon closer inspection it seems Seaburst would be the more appropriate name.

This was taken with my humble Canon PowerShot A630 using flash and macro focused to an inch away.

Here is the original, very large version [1mb] so you can really appreciate it.

3 Responses to “Diving into a Master Marble Sunburst”

  1. Yondra Smith Says:

    the marbles look like and jelly fish how did yall found it under the sea or made it?

  2. Yondra Smith Says:

    i like tha wa this marlbles look.

  3. admin Says:

    Yondra, this marble is actually only 5/8″ in size and was made by machine in America sometime in the 1930s. Pretty amazing, huh?

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