Earthenware "olive jar," intact, ex-Guadalupe-Tolosa (1724).

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Earthenware  olive jar,  intact, ex-Guadalupe-Tolosa (1724).
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Earthenware "olive jar," intact, ex-Guadalupe-Tolosa (1724). 3998 grams, 11" tall, 9" diameter at shoulders. Spanish-manufactured clay beehive olive jar, perfectly intact, with large splash of white encrustation over its light tan base from its time under the water, recovered from Samana Bay in the Dominican Republic in the 1980s. From the Guadalupe and Tolosa (1724). Recovered from:Guadalupe and Tolosa, sunk in 1724 in Samana Bay, Dominican Republic