Inspired by the Titanic and that era of high society and he fashion while again giving it her own twist. This piece is called Margaret after Margaret Tobin Brown. Also known as ‘The unsinkable Molly Brown’ she was an American socialite and philanthropist. She encouraged the crew of lifeboat no. 6 to return to the debris field of the 1912 sinking of the RMS Titanic to look for survivors. As such a strong outstanding woman who was very modern for her time, she will forever be linked to the history of the Titanic but is also known for her work on the National American Women’s Suffrage Association and she was a member of the Denver Woman’s Club, with the mission to improve women their lives with education and philanthropy.
In the past our designer worked for the National Geographic provided artifact exhibition where she made a collection of jewelry with real wood from the RMS Titanic. In this collection she also wanted to include wood from the RMS Titanic in one of the looks.
The belt and the body chain have a piece of wood in a setting covered with epoxy.
There will be a 9-page certificate and information with this look so you will get all the information about the titanic wood in this piece.
Freshwater pearls and sterling silver beads can also be found on this look.
On the bronze alloy filigree ornament here are 24k gold and sterling silver plated details and freshwater pearls.
The top is mostly made out of chiffon, with a top underneath so it will not be see-trough.
The skirt is made of a flowy polyester fabric with silky look.
Included with his look: *Head chain *Skirt *Gloves *Tops *Belt *Body chain