The Titanic Dining Saloon Caryatids
Our incredibly detailed RMS Titanic recreations are cast in museum quality white resin.
A great deal of research and work has gone into making these unobtainable items from
both Olympic's and Titanic's First-class Dining Rooms.
1st-class Dining Saloon
Caryatids (heads and pilasters)
Our full-sized recreations of both the heads and the pilasters/columns required a great deal of research and work. To bring back these unobtainable items from both Olympic's and Titanic's First-class Dining Saloons, we were aided by our friends in the Titanic community and English Heritage with historical images. This was enormously helpful and much appreciated.
Hand cast in museum quality white resin.
6 feet 4 inches high by 12 inches wide.
(1.93 meters tall x 30.48 cm wide)
Keyhole drilled for hanging. Superbly handcrafted quality guaranteed. (3 pieces)
Reborn for your collection!
Plaster and surface decorators at work on the First-class Dining Saloon of the RMS Titanic's sister ship, Olympic, while it was docked in England in 1929. The Poseidon caryatids as well as the goddess caryatids can be seen.
Display your Titanic china
The heads are keyhole drilled on the back to hang on your wall. GREAT displayed with your Titanic dinnerware!
Just ask us and we will rout out a plate rest (groove) for you at no extra charge.
They belong together!
The heads are keyhole drilled on the back to hang, but look just as nice standing on your table or mantel.
1:2 scale is the perfect size to place in a bookcase.
What collectors are saying about the Dining Room pieces
...words cannot describe how beautiful and perfect these are. I have seen the photos, but they are so much better to see and hold in person.
James Van Dusen, USA
In one word: MAGNIFICENT! I add even: MAGIC! Always so happy! Thank you very much!
Thomas Lamote, FRANCE
Absolutely stunning! Can't wait to get the goddess head! Every second spent in my room is like being in a museum thanks to 20 years of collecting and every one of your fantastic pieces!!! The best room in our house!
Jonathan Nering, USA
Recreating the Titanic's Dining Room goddess head in 1:1 scale from RMS Olympic archival references. read more