Using only Sterling Silver which is then Hallmarked we create quality and unique silver jewellery of the Titanic Belfast Visitor's Centre.
Glistening in the sun against the harbour skyline, the iconic Titanic Belfast building evokes a thrill and wonder perhaps similar to that of those first passengers of the legendary liner would have felt as they saw the ‘biggest ship in the world’ hove into view.
The shining edifice captures the spirit of the shipyards, ships, water crystals, ice, and the White Star Line's logo, constructed in the form of four ships' hulls.
This architectural wonder is an exhibition centre, museum, tourist attraction and a design classic in the heart of the city’s docklands. Voted a top visitor attraction both in Europe and globally, the six-floor building is sited close to the spot where the ill-fated liner was designed, built and launched in 1912.
The museum tells the story of the Titanic, from her conception in Belfast in the early 1900s, through her construction and launch, to her maiden voyage and subsequent place in history. The 14,000 sq m building took three years to complete – the same length of time as Titanic herself took to build.
Our miniature version in silver is a showstopper too. Ruth’s inspiration for this piece came from the textured façade that greeted her and her family on their ‘homecoming’ to Northern Ireland in 2012.
If you need more information about this amazing tourist attraction please click on the Titanic link below.