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Titanic - The Heart of the Ocean - Dark Blue Pendant

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The Heart of the Ocean

This necklace is a beautiful inexpensive replica of the diamond necklace worn by Rose in the movie Titanic.

The Heart of the Ocean, or "Le Coeur de la Mer", is the name of a fictional blue diamond featured in the famous movie "Titanic" and worn by Kate Winslet as Rose DeWitt Bukater. It was based on the famous Hope Diamond.

Some people believe there was a blue sapphire pendant on the ill fated ship. It was given to RMS Titanic passenger, Kate Florence Phillips, by her husband, Samuel Morley. They were fleeing to America to make a new life for themselves but Morley perished when the ship sank. It is believed that this tragic love story was the inspiration for James Cameron's film.

  • This stunning replica of this necklace features:-
  • A large and sparkling blue heart-shaped pendant
  • 30 Crystal clear rhinestones surrounding the sapphire heart
  • A chain made up of  crystal rhinestones 
  • Pendant Size  -  4.5 cm x 4.5 cm
  • Chain Length - 26 cms inches,
  • extension chain 6cm
  • Lead/Nickel Free

This beautiful Pendant comes in a black velveteen and satin presentation box.  A Beautiful present.

 Facts: The Titanic movie featured Kate Winslett as Rose wearing "The Heart of the Ocean" - a blue diamond necklace based on the famous Hope Diamond. (the actual Hope diamond was never on the Titanic) This stunning necklace has captured the imaginations of romantics everywhere. Jewelers Asprey & Garrard were inspired to make a real Heart of the Ocean diamond necklace. The result was a 170 carat heart shaped sapphire with 65 diamonds, each 30 carats. Celine Dion wore it at the Oscar ceremony as she sang "My Heart Will Go On" - the theme song from Titanic during the 1998 ceremony. It was later sold at a benefit auction for $2.2 million. Jeweler Harry Winston created a "Heart of the Ocean" blue diamond necklace. The $20 million necklace was worn by Gloria Stuart, who portrayed Rose as an older woman. Courtesy "diamond-legend.info/history/titanic.html"


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