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  • Jessica Moreno

    A beautiful diamond ring from the remains of RMS Titanic.

  • Barbara Andrews

    Platinum & diamond ring recovered from the Titanic. The White Star Line strongly advised passengers to keep large quantities of cash & valuables in the ship's secure safes located at the purser's office. When the ship was abandoned, the pursers probably took everything & put it inside bags to return them to owners later. The tanning process used on the bag contained a chemical that repelled microorganisms at the bottom of the ocean, protecting the jewelry.

  • Marcia Greenwood

    Diamond ring recovered from Titanic. From CNN: "This ring was recovered from inside a leather bag, likely belonging to one of the women in first class. The three diamonds are cut in the old European style and set in platinum. It weighs 2.4 grams."

  • Amy Quinto

    Several artifacts recovered from the Titanic are now being auctioned off...among them is a beautiful diamond ring recovered from the ship in 1987. God I love history :)

  • Arisha Zingarelli

    pictures of the titanic artifacts | Titanic artifacts for sale - Diamond ring (4) - CNNMoney

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OMG this ring. Normally don't like paved diamonds, but with a halo and a simply cut diamond, it's perfect.

Titanic Artifacts by SeaYearnSojourn, via Flickr

Titanic jewelry. I seriously want this ring for my wedding ring. Sooooo perfect! But with the clear sapphires!!!

"Wedding rings belonging to Carl & Selma Asplund. The Asplund's were traveling on Titanic with their 5 children. Selma and 2 of their children, 5 year old Lillian and 3 year old Felix survived. Carl and the other 3 boys were lost. Carl's body was recovered 12 days later. The bodies of the other 3 children were never found. Carl's wedding ring was found in his pocket. After their daughter Lillian's death, her parents rings were found in a box along with other memento's from the Titanic."


Titanic Artifacts by SeaYearnSojourn, via Flickr

A gentleman’s pocket watch in a sterling silver case may have been set to New York time in anticipation of a safe arrival.

Ring found from the wreckage of the Titanic

An old newspaper. Compared to other ones, it's actually fairly accurate about the numbers, too.

Titanic - love the ceiling detail!