Designed to be the last word in comfort and luxury, it wasn't just the wealthy passengers possessions that were beautiful, but also all that surrounded them, from the benches on the deck to the ornate window grates - every inch of RMS Titanic was rich in style and design.
So to commemorate the anniversary, QVC has commissioned designs based on jewellery, accessories and parts of the ship itself found on the wreck of the Titanic. The range will be launching on Tuesday 10th April at 6pm, but you can sneak a peek at the collection now.
To talk you through each piece we will be joined by guest Paul-Henry Nargeolet, a leading authority on the Titanic wreck and leader of five expeditions to recover artefacts.
Here's how you can wear a piece of history…
This delicate piece was found amazingly intact, and is expected to have been owned by a young first-class passenger. The original (above left) was in platinum with 18 carat gold and had exceptional quality stones. This beautiful ring has been remade by pairing the diamonds and sapphire with sterling silver (above right).
Although it is unknown for sure who this cocktail ring belonged to, it is speculated that it would have been one of the wealthiest passengers onboard. The Art Deco-style design of this silver and diamond ring gives it a three-dimensional depth as it highlights the Edwardian love of imitating lace in jewellery.
These silver earrings are based on the decorative window grate in the first-class saloon and dining room. We selected prasolite to reflect the interior design of the room which contained soft shades of green.
This gold purse with Mummy head closure suggests that the passenger had travelled to Egypt prior to going onboard the Titanic. Inspiration has been taken from the leaf design in the frame to create this sterling silver band ring.
Don't forget to tune in to QVC TV on Tuesday 10th April at 6pm to see the premier with Paul-Henry Nargeolet, and visit QVC online to see the full range.
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