The Titanic Jewelry Collection Is Happening
It’s been a hundred years since the Titanic’s maiden voyage, and Jewelry Television is celebrating—er, commemorating—with a Titanic-inspired collection.
All the pieces were created with a specific passenger in mind: delicate studs for debutante Elisabeth Allen, a more dramatic red crystal brooch for movie star Dorothy Gibson.
Of course, a copy of that famous, behemoth blue pendant necklace is part of the collection too, but it’s already sold out. It's also the only piece that actually embarked on the journey, since the pieces below are just imaginings of what the ladies would've worn.
Click through below to see a few of the Edwardian and Art Nouveau pieces, and shop the full collection here:
Inspired by Edith Rosenbaum, who described the Titanic as "the most wonderful boat you could think of."
Created with Lady Duff Gordon, couture fashion designer, in mind.
Inspired by Elisabeth Walton Allen's socialite future, as she was traveling to St. Louis to start a new life there.
Irene Harris, wife of theater magnate Henry Harris, could've worn this on opening night.
Helene Baxter's father, "Diamond Jim" Baxter, would've appreciated this ring, too.
A rose is fitting for movie star Dorothy Gibson, who probably received the plenty of bouquets post-performances.
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