Parlor Suite on C Deck

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Daniel Odysseus

Guest
How was the Parlor Suite C55,57,59 decorated? What style, like was it regency or empire or what?
 
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Daniel Klistorner

Member
The sitting room was in Regence style. See photo below:

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Daniel Ehlers

Guest
Just curious, how were the bedrooms decorated in this suite? To my understanding, in a parlor suite onboard, the styles and colors changed between each bedroom or sitting room...
 
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Sahand Miraminy

Member
Hey,
Ummmm did anyone else notice that guy or guys in that mirror! Maybe its a painting? Probably not. I think thats a pretty cool find.

Sahand
 
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Daniel Klistorner

Member
Sahand,

That's a tapestry, there was no mirror in the suite depicted above.

Daniel.
 
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Sahand Miraminy

Member
Hey,
Why would someone want a tapestry of a guy in their room?! Anyways take a look at this link. It shows a pic of Father Browne's dresser. Enlarge the picture and you can see someone in the backround and you can try to make out a couple of other stuff in the back. You have to copy and paste the link for some reason.

http://www.geocities.com/ancient_wonderer/deck_and_room.jpg

Sahand
 
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Brian R Peterson

Guest
Hi All!

It is interesting to try and spot things in the background when the photographer stands close to a mirror on the Titanic / Olympic, this happened a lot, you can see a lot of neat things in pictures taken of the Lusitania's First Class cabins for this reason as well
Smile


Best Regards

Brian
 
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Brian R Peterson

Guest
I just made a color rendering of C55, the tapestry is quite remarkable!

Best Regards,

Brian
 
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Lester Mitcham

Member
George,

I should have added that with a different count extra rooms on E-deck could be counted as 1st Class. That would add 129 to E-deck, making a total of 255 and an overall 1st Class total of 1,034.
 
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Daniel Klistorner

Member
Lester,

I had a look at those numbers yesterday but didn't have time to post (now I'm at work with no information to post!). Those numbers are largely inflated - this is because they consider many of the safas as additional berths.

Daniel.
 
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Lester Mitcham

Member
Hello Daniel,

Thank you for that. That was why I said: "for a summary of the maximum number of passengers that could be carried on each deck." - It also includes Upper Pullman berths in most of the remaining single-berth rooms and in a number of the 2-berth rooms. - Exclude all of those and I agree that the numbers would be lower.

Regards,
Lester
 
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David

Member
I need your help: I confuse the styles Regency and Louis XV and because of it do not be which is the real style of the suite C55. Can you help me?
 
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