• Andrea Doria Life Jacket

    Andrea Doria.  The name conjures up images not only the tragic loss of one of the most beautiful ships ever built but also of one of the greatest sea rescues in history.  Premium items from the Doria are rare, and this is one of the most important items I have ever had for her--a life jacket taken off the ill-fated…
  • Silver, a la Carte Restaurant Tooth Pick Holder

    This silver toothpick holder was made by Goldsmiths and Silversmiths in 1911 for use in the à la carte restaurant on board Olympic.  This exclusive and very well-made pattern of silver was used only on RMS Olympic and RMS Titanic.  The silver is of a heavy gauge and not made by a traditional hotel plate maker (such as Elkington).  Given…
  • Chair, First-Class Suite

    One of the most exciting aspects about this passion of ours is learning new things, and this chair is a good example.  Based on all my years of research, I thought this was simply a rare surviving item from one of Cunard’s two greatest money earners, the RMS Queen Elizabeth, because similar chairs show up in photos of her best…
  • Caronia (1949) Writing Room Architectural Mirror Panel

    The writing room on the RMS Caronia was an excellent example of Cunard Art Deco and British ocean-liner decor.  It also in many ways straddled the line with a softer look that anticipated the 1950s.  This stunning mirrored panel is one of a pair that formed the main decorative architectural feature of the space. The room, including this panel, was…
  • Deck Map, “You Are Here”

    This is one of the best items I have ever found for Luxury Liner Row. "You are here" deck maps from Queen Mary.  Given the attitude of the owners of the QM at the time of the conversion, it was always assumed that these plans  were simply tossed into a scrap bin, but I am happy to say that they…

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