The Historic El Cazador Shipwreck Silver Coin-Inspired Men's Diamond Ring by The Bradford Exchange Online
On January 11, 1784, the El Cazador set sail for New Orleans from Vera Cruz, Mexico, brimming with over 450,000 pesos of Spanish 8 reales silver coins. Unfortunately, the El Cazador never reached its destination. Over 200 years later, a fisherman in the Gulf of Mexico uncovered this treasure of shipwreck coins. Now you can lay your claim to the treasure with this El Cazador silver coin-inspired ring, featuring a centerpiece inspired by the 8 reales silver shipwreck coins, and cast with a small portion of actual silver recovered from the 18th century shipwreck. An exclusive fine jewelry design available only from The Bradford Exchange Mint, this striking El Cazador shipwreck men's ring sparkles with four genuine diamonds and 24K gold accents. The side shanks of this handcrafted coin-inspired ring recall the Spanish Coat of Arms that appears on the shipwreck coins, and the inside is boldly engraved with the inscription "El Cazador 1784" recalling the year of the famed shipwreck. This is a rare opportunity to own a storied piece of history, and demand is expected to be strong. Don't wait – order now!