SILVER TITANIC CHOCOLATE POT
This beautiful silver chocolate pot was recovered in 1987 and painstakingly conserved to stabilize the silver surface. This pot is an amazing piece of Titanic history. It was used to serve hot drinks (chocolate and café au lait) in the first-class restaurants aboard Titanic.
The bottom is inscribed with “GOLDSMITHS & SILVERSMITHS COMPANY 112 REGENT STREET. W,” along with the White Star Line logo and the pattern number. This company, located in London, was also one of the silver suppliers for the Queen Mary. In addition to producing silver tableware, this firm also made other items, such as ceremonial swords for British Admirals