Beautiful 1715 Fleet Emerald Way .97 carats. This one is a nice medium green and was recovered from the Muzo mine in Columbia. Usually emeralds from the shipwreck are washed out and look like broken C..
Beautiful crystal emerald recovered from the Famed Muzo Mine in Colombia. It is 1.30 carats and it is a beautiful green color. Very rare and very nice from the 1715 fleet..
This was found by Chris James. He is the famous treasure hunter who found the Queen's Jewels. This piece was recovered from the Cabin site of one of the 1715 Fleet Ships. It is a prehistoric hor..
This is a Spanish pottery shard from the 1715 fleet. It was part of the Chris James collection who found the Queens Jewels. It was found at the cabin site weighing 47.7 grams at 9.5 cm..
This is from the Chris James collection of the 1715 fleet. He is the famous treasure hunter who found the Queens Jewels. This Spanish pottery shard was recovered from the cabin site. It is from the 17..
This is from the 1715 fleet. It is a Spanish pottery shard found in the cabin site. It is made from clay about 8 cm weighing 37 grams. It was found by Chris James who is the famous treasure hunt..
This 10 inch bronze spike was recovered by the first famous treasure hunter Art Mckee on the 1733 Wreck . It has an original Mckee certificate signed and sealed by his daughter Karen Mckee in 19..
Natural emerald, grade 2B, 1.15 carats, ex-Atocha (1622). Roughly 1/8" x 1/4". Mostly cylindrical crystal with several flat sides, light green color. From the Atocha (1622), with Fisher certificate #6..
Most emeralds from the 1715 fleet are pretty rough. They have been rolled around in the sand and are opaque. This group is 10 of the best chosen from a large collection put together over 26 years. A s..