Hollow dish with White Star logo - from Titanic
Titanic wreck items salvaged from the debris field These items were recovered from the field of debris around Titanic on the seabed. They were given to the Liverpool and London Steamship Protection and Indemnity Association. The Association had settled claims for compensation for loss of property by some of Titanic’s passengers. The Association had been set up by Thomas Ismay in 1881 and was still based in Liverpool until recently. These personal items are an evocative reminder of the human cost of the disaster. On display can be seen- Hollow dish with White Star Line logo Cup with White Star logo Cut crystal carafe Letter opener Jewellery case Four tie pins Gold tie pin American $5.00 bank note Pince nez glasses with case Wrist watch Ceramic sink Ventilation grill Telegraph bell Bottle Chamber Pot Loaned by Liverpool & London Steamship Protection and Indemnity Associated Limited.