I am very happy!! After 4 years of diving and 300+ dives I managed to recover my first porthole yesterday. For those that don't dive that's a pretty big deal. Portholes are nearly always made of brass, and look amazing when cleaned up as they don't corrode. Mine came off a beautiful ship wreck called the S.S. Cuvier which lies in 41m of sea water off the Kent (UK) coast. She sank in March 1900 after a collision in bad visibility. After a 60 minute total dive time I surfaced to collect my lifting bag which I sent up from the bottom - all the goodies that came off the wreck yesterday are pictured - 2 large coffee cups, a breakfast bowl, a chamber pot(the original en-suite toilet) and of course my porthole. It came off the 1st class cabins, which means it's a little more ornate than the run of the mill ones. A great find!!