Spanish Shipwreck Glass Diamond

Cut-Glass to set in religious crosses.


Wreck of: Nuestra Senora de los Milagros ( Our Lady of Miracles )

Sunk: February 22, 1741, Punta Matanceros, Mexico


This fragile class Spanish merchant ship sailing from Cadiz, Spain with goods for the Colonial market wrecked off the coast of the Yucatan while avoiding detection of the British wat and pirate ships operating out of Port Royal, Jamaica. These cut-glass diamonds were set in religious crosses here they would have been given or traded to high-ranking native people in unexplored areas of the Spanish Empire.

Spanish Shipwreck Glass Diamond

SKU: CP - Spanish Shipwreck Glass Diamonds
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