WOMEN AND JEWELRY FIRST!

March 1998

Professional Insider:Trend Spotting

WOMEN AND JEWELRY FIRST!

There wasn't really a 56-ct. diamond on board the Titanic, no matter what you saw in the movie theater recently, according to Entertainment Weekly. The most expensive jewelry on board the doomed ship was two strands of pearls worth $1 million in 1912. The owner wore the necklaces when she evacuated the sinking ship - her insurance wouldn't permit her to leave the pearls unattended. The woman's granddaughter-in-law wears them now






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