In keeping with the hundred year anniversary of the sinking of the Titanic, there’s been lots of discussion around the world’s most famous and ill-fated luxury liner in history. Which got us thinking: what china was used on the Titanic? What crystal and flatware was in use by some of the worlds richest men and women. Did it resemble Lenox Kingston or Royal Copenhagen Blue Fluted. Were the glasses of the luxury embodies by St. Louis Chantilly and the flatware the shine of Oneida Dover.
Well thanks to the internet, we now know. A fascinating article on this subject details what was used on board the Titanic and not just by the first class passengers. See here for more.