Casting the
PINEAPPLE
FINIAL

at the
White Swan Hotel
photos by Clive Sweetingham

 Choosing the best of the white oak finials
Titanic sculptor, Alan St. George, inspects the 6 finials at the White Swan Hotel, Alnwick, UK.

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 Building a box around the white oak finial
Titanic sculptor, Alan St. George, preparing to cast the finial at the White Swan Hotel, Alnwick, UK.

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 Pouring the rubber
Special thanks to
Clive Sweetingham
and Rich Edwards of the
British Titanic Society
for their invaluable help.

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 A mess of fun in 2018
Rich Edwards, Nikki Allen, and Titanic sculptor, Alan St. George, at the White Swan Hotel, Alnwick, UK.

Titanic sculptor, Alan St. George, removes the mold from the pineapple finial at the White Swan Hotel, Alnwick, UK
Titanic sculptor, Alan St. George, and Rich Edwards, a delegate from the BTS, remove the mold from the pineapple finial at the White Swan Hotel, Alnwick, UK
Titanic sculptor, Alan St. George, removes the mold from the pineapple finial at the White Swan Hotel, Alnwick, UK

 Divide and conquer
Titanic sculptor, Alan St. George, and Rich Edwards part the mold.

The silicon rubber mold of the RMS Olympic pineapple finial at Alnwick, UK
Titanic sculptor, Alan St. George, at the White Swan Hotel, Alnwick, UK
To accommodate all collectors desires, the pineapple finial is offered in both Maiden Voyage color and Vintage Oak color at TitanicClock.com
Titanic sculptor, Alan St. George, emerges from the Dining Room at the White Swan Hotel, Alnwick, UK