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First Class Dining Saloon (2). The First Class Smoking Room, located on the Promenade or A Deck, perhaps best served to epitomize the care and expense lavished on the Titanic‘s interior. A carefully orchestrated assembly of carved mahogany-paneled walls, inset with leaded glass panels and etched-patterned mirrors, enclosed the handsomely tiled floor, on which sat massive leather-covered armchairs set before or beside lovingly carved, marble-topped tables.

After 24 years of incredible service, Olympic was sold in 1935 for $500,000 for scrapping and salvage. Her luxurious fittings were removed and sold and can be found today in various hotels, pubs and restaurants around the world. A few Olympic pieces can be found occasionally on the Internet at auction on eBay®, at pretty healthy prices I must add.