Cast Iron Doorstop - Titanic Doorstop
Cast Iron Titanic Doorstop
The story of the Titanic is one of hubris and tragedy.
Built to be the biggest ship in the world at the time, the Titanic set sail on its maiden voyage from Portsmouth UK, to New York in 1912. Because of it's huge size, the claim that it was "unsinkable" was proved wrong when it struck an iceberg in the North Atlantic on 14th April 1912.
Despite it being the most luxurious ships on the sea, it only carried enough lifeboats for about a third of its total passenger capacity. More than 1,500 of the 2,224 people on board died.
Although the story is one of tragedy, the tale of the Titanic has gripped the imaginations of people down through the ages. It was the subject of an award winning film in 1997 by the same name, Titanic. The Titanic visitors centre in Belfast, where the ship was built, has grown to become a famous tourist attraction in its own right.
At Cast Iron Wholesale, we have a wide range of cast iron doorstops, created to commemorate a variety of events, people and even animals. Ranging from our art deco cats to the famous Betty Boop, our doorstops are heavy, durable and built to last. Our Titanic door stop, pictured above, is only one of many styles we have in stock. If you would like to find out more, you can see the cast iron doorstops section on our website.
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