Titanic Museum Attraction and Jewelry Television launched an exclusive line of high-quality jewelry today, reminiscent of the jewelry worn on the ship’s maiden voyage 100 years ago.
The initial collection includes 20 designs named in honor of actual passengers aboard the Titanic, and is available only through Jewelry Television and JTV.com. Pieces include Dorothy Gibson’s American Beauty Rose, Madeleine Astor’s Edwardian Princess collection and Lucy, Lady Duff Gordon’s Couture Cameo collection.
An hour-long show will showcase the pieces, featuring true stories of the women onboard told by Jaynee, the Titanic Museum Attraction’s first class maid.
“We know that the 100 year anniversary of the Titanic’s maiden voyage is going to draw unprecedented worldwide attention this year,” says Dan Chase, Vice President of Merchandising for Jewelry Television. “This is a perfect partnership between the world’s most respected Titanic museum attraction and one of the world’s top jewelry retailers. We are so excited to have this new, exclusive line of the Titanic Jewelry Collection available to our customers.”