The largest Titanic jewelry collection, raised from the bottom of the ocean, will be presented in three U.S. cities.
A unique exhibition, which includes bracelets, diamond earrings, elegant pins, sapphire rings, brooches, necklaces, pocket watches and fine cufflinks of the Edwardian epoch, will be presented to the public in Orlando, Las Vegas and Florida.
The organizers of the exhibition, which will now become a part of the Titanic collection, the Artifact Exhibition, have explained that their aim was to discover the beauty of a bygone era that gave the world so exquisite jewelry:
“We’re able to give them a glimpse of how it must have been to have opened that for the first time and to see, together, the beautiful jewelry of the Edwardian Period.”
For the first time, Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition was opened in Atlanta this year, and was dedicated to the one hundredth anniversary of the Titanic disaster. Here are just some of the exhibited jewelry items: