Referred to as the ship of dreams Mark has tried to capture the dreams and passions of the passengers on board setting out from Southampton on the 10th April 1912 headed for America on a voyage to a new life.
The cradle effect that supports the glass represents the old 1800’s compass that used to rock back and forward on the bridge. The glass represents the water line as the Titanic sails through the water with the compass set in the sailing direction.
This particular piece is on display at the Pool House Hotel (currently featured in the Top 101 Romantic Hotels in the World), it sits in a bay window overlooking Lock Ewe, in Wester Ross Scotland. For more information visit www.poolhousehotel.com
This table can be cast as a replica of your own boat, ship or yacht, please contact us for further details.
Each sculptured bronze table design is an original hand made piece within a total of 99. The collectable nature of these limited edition tables has resulted in placements all around the world, including some customers famous in the Media, Sporting and Political worlds.