Our gold-plated Titanic Anchor Pin Badge is handmade in solid pewter by UK artisans. It’s a small but perfectly-formed treasure, and would make a great gift for a Titanic fan or maritime enthusiast.
The lapel badge is a beautiful miniature sculpture commemorating the legendary liner, which sailed from Southampton Dock on 10 April 1912.
The anchor is hand-crafted from solid lead-free pewter, which is sustainable and 100% recyclable. The mini sculpture is then dipped in gold for a stunning jewel-like effect that lasts for years.
Choose a free maritime Trivia Tag to include with your Titanic Anchor Pin Badge…
- Titanic: The Titanic set sail from Southampton’s White Star Dock on 10 April 1912. Five days later she hit an iceberg and sank, killing 1,517 people. More than 500 Southampton families lost one or more loved ones in the tragedy.
- SS Shieldhall: SS Shieldhall is the largest working steam ship in Britain. She welcomes visitors at her base on the River Clyde, and during excursions on the Solent.
- Grace Dieu: Henry V’s flagship, Grace Dieu, launched in 1418. A dock was specially erected for her construction near Southampton’s Town Quay. A crew mutiny meant she only sailed once – to the Isle of Wight.
Discover more of our pewter gifts, and read about this magnificent material, in our blog article: Pewter: The Eco-Friendly Wonder Metal.
Our artisans make all our lead-free pewter gifts by hand, here in the UK, using only sustainable materials and environmentally friendly methods. Each piece has a low carbon footprint, in line with our ethos (we seriously dislike carbon miles!)
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