This item has been discontinued and is no longer for sale. If you have a great memory of it or would like us to bring it back, leave a comment on this post and let us know. Remember, we still have plenty of other weird items for your home and kitchen including the Octopus Porcelain Mug.
Titanic Gravy Boat
When we first considered a gravy boat we thought about an Exxon Valdez-esque oil spill of gravy, but it was quickly shot down. Why not go with the unsinkable Titanic? If James Cameron made kitchen accessories, this is the gravy boat he would make! As one of the other people who sold it said, "Too soon?"
The original description
There's a stack of mashed potatoes off the port bow. Hard to starboard!
- Ceramic gravy boat shaped like the Titanic
- Pour gravy through hole in hull
- It's 9" x 4-3/4" and holds 16 fl. oz. of gravy
- Perfect for edible reenactments
Using the Titanic Gravy Boat acknowledges something we all know—most holiday meals are a disaster. The Titanic Gravy Boat brings one of the most famous maritime tragedies of all time to your dinner table. This ceramic representation of the Titanic is 9" x 4-3/4" and holds 16 fl. oz. of gravy which can be poured through the hole in the hull. Also, it can be used to stage a historical reenactment if your relatives start talking politics. As soon as someone starts quoting radio show hosts, you just use mashed potatoes as the iceberg and peas as the life boats.
We took the opportunity of having a Titanic Gravy Boat to remake the movie Titanic for less than $20! Our special effects probably weren't on the same level as the real movie, but they were pretty good for what we had on hand. Plus, that's real gravy and masked potatoes. No special effects needed, just a fork! Check out our CGI dolphin in the picture below.