RMS TITANIC COLLECTIONS- The Most Famous ocean liner of all time


The Titanic was a steam-powered passenger ocean liner that went down in maritime history because of the maritime accident that happened to it and the mysteries involved. Its official name is RMS Titanic (RMS stands for Royal Mail Ship).

The Titanic was a passenger ocean liner of the White Star Line Company built in 1909 at the Harland and Wolff shipyard in Belfast and launched in 1012. It was the largest, most modern, splendid, and luxurious ship of its time. The Titanic had ambitions to dominate the transatlantic sea lanes and was designed to compete with the fast and luxurious ships of the Cunard Line Company, the Lusitania, and the Mauretania of the rival Cunard Line Company in the Atlantic. Titanic and the two sister ships, the Olympic and Gigantic are both Olympic-class and were intended to be the largest, most luxurious ships ever in service. 

However, during its first and last transatlantic voyage in April 1912, the Titanic sank by crashing into an iceberg, likking more than 1,500 people. This shipwreck has gone down in history as the deadliest maritime accident in peacetime. 

The Titanic disaster has been the subject of a series of investigations, lawsuits, and theories, and has led to major changes in international maritime safety regulations. Titanic also became the setting and subject for many literary, painting, and cinematic works. 

  1. RMS TITANIC MODEL SHIP- a new masterpiece of model shipbuilding

Nostalgic, ancient, and exudes royal elegance. Owning a handicraft model Titanic boat has historical significance and helps owners express their love of art and the ability to enjoy art. A model Titanic also evokes the romance of the passionate love that took place on the actual Titanic in 1912. 


RMS Titanic models by The Spyglass Shop are to the core a complete replica of the original Titanic. Our team believes in completely giving you a historic Titanic model ship. 

A handcrafted model of the Titanic commemorating the excellent Titanic, ready for immediate use. All of our products are unique and original. Which is the best decoration for people who love Handicraft Titanic Model Ships. 

The Spyglass Ship has successfully served a thousand clients in the world across the globe, especially in the UK, US, France, India, and Italy,... We, at Old Modern Handicraft, manufacture and deliver the all famous best quality RMS Titanic Model Cruise Ship, Titanic Wooden Model Ship along with various other antique ship models. 

Our intelligent workforce is committed to spending diligent time understanding every intricate detail in the product as a best-in-class replica. The Spyglass Ship is known for producing models of the RMS Titanic cruise ship with varying budgets and expectations. This gives us an added edge and brings us closer to building the product with the customer's vision in mind. 


Featured with a diverse collection of sizes as well as designs but still retains its historical character and gives you a romantic, classic but no less luxurious space when decorated by Titanic handicraft model ships. We're proud to hold a wide range Titanic decoration items. 






Looking for something different? We have another version of Titanic Model comes with beautiful LED lights both from inside and on top of the deck. It is painted in red, black, and white to represent the original colors of Titanic. You can find hundreds of intricate details on this model. 

Moreover, we also produce other relative products that can enrich your choices as TITANIC FRONT BOW 3D PAINTING, RMS TITANIC LIFEBOAT, OR TITANIC 3D PAINTINGTITANIC SHIP BELL - 6 INCHES


If you're like most collectors, you're very proud of the pre-assembled model ship that you just made a payment for, and you want to display it for everyone to admire and appreciate. How you display your ship models will affect how they're received. But displaying your ship properly durability and longevity. 

If you want your ship model to preserve its quality, you need to know how to display it the right way.

In this guide, we've listed down some of our recommendations and advice on how to display ship models to protect them from deteriorating. Starting with where you should display your models:

Where To Display Your Model Ship

Where you display your model at home is very important. The main thing you should keep in mind is to keep your ship model away from any direct source of heat. Sure, your model would look great displayed beside your window, under natural light. But exposing the ship to direct sunlight will lead to quicker deterioration. 

Find a nice area where it can still be the focal point of your space, without getting hit by direct sunlight. If your room has many windows, simply cover them with dark curtains. Then to get a better view of your models, install some artificial lighting and use low-voltage LED lights. They're powerful enough to highlight all the features of your ships but with a lower temperature, so they won't do any damage to your models.

Now that you know where to display your model ships, let's talk about how to display model ships. There are a few options you have if you want to showcase all the excellence of your ship while preserving it for the long run. 

If your model doesn't already come with a base of its own, you can find tons of display base and pedestal options online. Wood and marble bases are popular options. You can even get a customized nameplate for the ship for a touch of class. These are a must-have. The next step is choosing a display case. 

To prevent your model ships from accumulating dust, oil, and other dirt, invest in display cases. It's the only way to protect your models from any grime and damage.

As long as you follow the advice we've written above, your models will stay in mint condition for years to come. Do yourself a favor and invest in a quality display case. 


This is a Fully Assembled medium size model of the famous RMS Titanic. The model is 100% hand built from scratch using the “plank on frame” construction method and is ready to ship. 

The ship is packed in a sturdy wood crate and then in a nice carton box with cushion for maximum protection. We also perform a drop test to make sure the package is safe in shipping.