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"The balustrade ornaments arrived today, another fantastic product from your shop! The quality is great, it's lightweight, I love it! Only in my wildest dreams could I have imagined owning a cast of the balustrade. And thank you for preserving the Olympic in resin as well as making these pieces of art affordable. What a time to be alive!"
Patrick Parsons, USA
Roger Cormier of New Brunswick, Canada, did an incredible job incorporating our 1:2 scale Honour & Glory Titanic clock into his home's overmantel, and our 1:2 scale complete god and goddess caryatids from Titanic's First-class Dining Saloon into the functional marble fireplace. So beautifully done!
Also, see Roger's Titanic stateroom ceiling replica, along with a vintage stateroom photo. Amazing job! The time and effort and attention to detail really shows.
"I've waited 20 years for authentic replicas to be produced and in 2017 my patience has paid off splendidly. Well done, Alan"
Jesse Branch, Phoenix, AZ
The full-sized Honour & Glory, full-sized pineapple finial, and Lego model XD from the collection of Jesse Branch, Phoenix, AZ
This very warm and inviting living room with Titanic collectibles is the result of the patience and skill of Oliver Matthew Stotko of Philippsburg, Germany.
Starting with our 1:2 scale replica with surround, Oliver added details to the face of the clock insert with help from our mutual friend and fellow Titanic enthusiast, Alexander Haslbeck of Neumarkt-St. Veit, Germany. The clock sits on a beautiful shelf of wood and red marble. The credenza, and all of the wood in the room is nicely matched to the color of the clock. A pair of our 1:2 scale pineapple finials stand as sentinels below the clock.
At the base of the clock sits our replica of a rare 1912 Titanic launch plate.
We are deeply honoured to be credited, along with the great Charles Wilson, master carver of the original RMS Titanic and Olympic clocks.
Thank you Oliver Matthew Stotko for your kindness and consideration. Most of all, thank you for sharing your beautiful living room photos so that we all may enjoy and be inspired by them.