Rings, necklaces and bracelets not only characterize persons own style but it also give a perceptive of how people lived and what they appreciated at a given instance in history. Tragic story about Titanic has always been most talked about, so has been the story about the jewelry find on the shipwreck left in deep blue ocean. As everybody knows Titanic was the British extravagance traveler ship that has been struck an iceberg and sank in the North Atlantic Ocean on April 15, 1912 on its first journey. A total of 1502 passengers and members of the ship squad were sunk with the ship. Some of the passengers were wealthiest people of that time.
The “Jewels of the Titanic” is an anthology set of 15 bits of excellent jewelry that provide a glance of how the wealthiest passengers traveled, and what was the trend in jewelry back in the days. Gold jewelry items on exhibit contain a hand-made platinum, 18k gold and diamond filigree ring; a gold ribbon brooch with diamonds; and a man’s green enamel and gold cufflinks and studs.
Sapphire Diamond Ring
Filigree Ring with Diamonds
Green Enamel and Gold Cufflinks and Studs
Ribbon and Diamond brooch
Titanic. The set includes one old mine cut diamond in the middle and one old mine cut plunge diamond. This piece of jewelry was very popular back in Edwardian England because women needed a selection of jewelry to suit every occasion. The ribbon brooch has been in style since the 1700s, and became a perfect gift for members of the British Royal family including Princess Alexandra and Queen Mary. As some may call it a bow-knot, this brooch is usually a sole or twice bow knot characteristically set with gemstones and frequently having a balanced ornament pearl. The heart profile of the bow loops point toward the fact that is has probably been a gift of endearment.
Ring with Three Diamonds