21.5 Carat Untreated Colombian Emerald - Shipwreck - AD #: JW82
|City:||West Palm Beach|
|Headline:||21.5 Carat Untreated Colombian Emerald - Shipwreck|
|Quick Details:||21.5 Carat UNTREATED Shipwreck Treasure Emerald Recovered from the Historic 1757 Cortes Shipwreck. Top quality gem emerald in the 3.5-4 color range (AGL Standards). Large size, great color, shipwreck provenance - Great Moveable Hard Asset|
|Willing to trade for:||Your asset must be delivered Free and Clear. Looking for even trades - no cash in either direction unless you are wanting to trade up. Real estate should be rentable and in good condition - no fixer uppers or vacant land, please. Aircraft should be in excellent condition with current maintenance and all records. Vessels will need to be delivered to Florida in excellent working condition. No Wooden Vessels, please. Looking for yachts, work boats, and boats that can accommodate scuba diving. Vehicles should have clean title, clean CarFax, and in excellent condition. New and classics considered. Fine Art also considered, prefer originals. Precious Metals (bullion, coins, etc) also considered if delivered to Florida. Functioning businesses located in South Florida may also be considered.|
21.5 Carat UNTREATED Old Mine Colombian Emerald Recovered from the Historic 1757 Cortes Shipwreck. Includes Certificate of Authenticity. 3.5 to 4 Color by AGL Standards. Own an irreplaceable piece of history! VERY RARE STONE.
This is an extremely rare color, a very rare size, it is entirely UNTREATED, AND the stone was recovered from an historic 18th Century shipwreck. Truly a unique opportunity to own a piece of history.
While I doubt you would want to alter this stone in any way, you could certainly have this stone cut into a massive jewel - probably in excess of 10 carats, with lots of smaller matching emeralds as a result. In other words, this stone is suitable for cutting into fine emerald jewelry and is not simply a geological oddity.
This is a great economy in which to be moving into easily portable hard assets, why not do it with one of the rarest stones available? Again, this is a top gem quality stone, not a rock hound piece.
Looking for even trades - no cash in either direction unless you want to trade up. Your trade must be owned free and clear as we are not looking to take on any debt through a trade.
Will also sell for cash. Please note that Sotheby\'s sold a 12-carat emerald in November 2012 for $116,570 per carat, so the asking price is set very reasonably, especially considering the provenance and the fact that emeralds of this size simply cannot be found elsewhere in the market.
Please see our other items as we have an extensive collection of shipwreck emeralds available for sale or trade.