On April 10, 1912, the RMS Titanic embarked on its maiden voyage, sailing from Southampton, England, to New York City. One of the largest and most luxurious passenger liners at the time, the Titanic was also considered by many to be unsinkable. On April 14, however, the ship struck an iceberg, and early the next day it sank. Some 1,500 people perished. Because of the tragedy, the Titanic became perhaps the best-known ship in the world, capturing the public imagination and inspiring popular books and movies. After the 1985 discovery of its wreckage, interest in the famed liner only increased. Some 100 years after its sinking, the Titanic remains an enduring legend.
While I don’t wish in any way to glamorize that tragic event, I can really see these earrings on Kate Winslet as she stares lovingly into Leonardo Dicaprio’s eyes. This pair, seemingly dug from the wreckage of the ill-fated ship, are especially fetching with serious patina crust on amazing brass bead caps, chalcedony facets peeking out below, gorgeous rhinestone squardelles, and my signature curation of tiny glass beaded rings. These are just neutral enough to wear with almost everything (including denim), though as you can see, there’s really nothing neutral about these romantic bohemian baubles.
Medium weight, with brass leverbacks and one of a kind.
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