In honor of the 100th anniversary of the Titanic’s voyage and tragic history, the Titanic Branson and the Jewelry Television® are teaming up to display a line of jewelry reminiscent of the pieces worn by the women of the ship. Jaynee, the First Class Maid on the Titanic Museum Attraction, will be hosting the event, which takes place on July 28th and 29th. The presentation will be shown three times those two days, so make sure you tune in!
On Saturday, July 28th at 10 a.m. to 12 p.m., and at 6 p.m. to 8 p.m., Jewelry Television will be presenting a line of high-quality jewelry you can only find here. They are designed in the style and fashion that was popular 100 years ago. The beautiful pieces of jewelry resemble those of the women who were on the ship’s maiden voyage, and each of the twenty different designs has been named in honor of some of the actual passengers on the ship. If you miss the showings on Saturday, catch it again on Sunday, July 29th, from 10 p.m. to midnight.
Some of the ladies honored in the collection include Lady Duff, Alice Fortune, Madeline, Dorothy, Lucile and Eleanor. You can purchase their necklaces, rings, earrings, bracelets and other forms of jewelry online or by calling in.
For more information on these and other passengers, check out the Titanic Branson itself. You can find the women’s names on the Memorial Wall, hear their tales on the Survivors’ Wall of Stories and see where they spent their time during the voyage in the Third Class Cabin Fever and Going First Class exhibits. Then, learn a little more about one of the most popular female passengers on the ship, “Molly” Brown. Margaret “the Unsinkable Molly” Tobin Brown has an entire gallery dedicated to her life. See some of her personal possessions, never-before-seen photographs and more.
Watch Jewelry Television for your chance to see some of the most beautifully-designed pieces of jewelry, or browse their website online to purchase some for yourself, then head over to the Titanic Branson to explore the exhibits highlighting the memory of the passengers.
Stay nearby the Titanic when you book a room at the Best Western Center Pointe Inn, which is located within walking distance of the museum. The hotel also boasts an arcade, heated indoor pool, outdoor pool, hot tub, sauna and more.