Titanic Memorial

"The final resting place for my late wife and myself is in a room which memorializes the RMS Titanic."  - A. St. George

Titanic memorial features a pair of full-sized bronze cherubs from the fore and aft Grand Staircase, flanking the cremation urn of Adrianne and Alan St. George.

The bronze cremation urn is flanked by a pair of full-sized bronze Titanic cherub lamps
(both the fore and aft Grand Staircase)

The urn is decorated with porcelain gardenias, (Mrs. St George's favorite flower) and oak leaves with acorns, (Mr. St. George's favorite tree) and malachite, a Russian stone with spiritual properties said to "remove all negativity from a space."

 
The mural on the niche is entitled "Heaven's Door," and was painted by Alan St. George during the COVID 19 spring lockdown of 2020

Their portraits and motto: "Semper Nos"  decorate the front of the urn.
"Semper Nos" conveys the idea that marriage goes beyond life.

This ensemble is located in the Memorial Hall  which adjoins the east end
of the Beaux Arts Ballroom.

The Titanic Memorial Hall features a pair of full-sized bronze cherubs from the fore and aft Grand Staircase, flanking the cremation urn of Adrianne and Alan St. George.

The urn niche in the Memorial Hall at Havencrest Castle .

Sculpting the Titanic Cherub. Alan St George puts finishing details on his smallest Titanic cherub sculpture.

Sculpting the small cherub model for the full-sized cherub. Most people may not realize Titanic's cherub lamp was 4.5 feet high.

Explore the full-sized cherub here.