RMS Titanic Scale Model is framed for $2,500,000
Maritime disasters don’t really fascinate me but the story of Titanic is legendary and hasn’t failed to leave its mark on all of us. Thanks to the Titanic film directed by James Cameron, people from every walk of life are now clearly aware of the (real) story of the Titanic and the iceberg. One of the things that makes the Titanic so fascinating is that she represented the best of technology when she set sail on her ill-fated voyage in 1912. But it wasn’t until 1985 that she was discovered again. All the same, you can now place a scaled model of this famed ship in your own domain but for $2,500,000. RMS Titanic Scale Model is one of its kind as till date a authentic scale model of the Titanic had never been built. However Fine Art Models, the world’s premier scale model makers managed to seek the permission to build a definitive 1:48 scale model of the Titanic as a limited edition. At 18 feet, she looks stunning sporting an all brass look.
Weighing 1,500 pounds, the hull is of fiberglass while the deck and its furniture is made from real wood. The telegraph in the Bridge is internally lit and the lighting is so complex that it required the installation of more than 8 miles of fiber optic cable.
Encased in a wooden case with glass on both sides for a crystal clear view, this Titanic model won’t fail to evoke all the memories of this unsinkable luxurious liner.
With Harland & Wolff support, in seven years time, this1:48 scale builder’s model was finally completed in 2002. Since then this miniature yet genuinely replica version of Titanic has toured the United States and abroad via museums and private events.
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