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Charms were believed to bring good luck and this type of jewelry was popular in the Victorian era. This necklace features a good-luck pig, a modified star with a three-leaf clover and a rose cut diamond engraved with the words "This Be Your Lucky Star."
These men's button covers are made from diamond, onyx and gold. They would have been worn on a tuxedo, along with cufflinks and studs.
This small gold locket features an engraving in French that reads, "4 Aout 1910," or "4 August 1910." The owner of the locket is unknown.
Brown, a 60-year-old South African hotel owner, was a second-class passenger on Titanic, on his way to Seattle, Washington with his wife and daughter. The two women survived in a lifeboat and Brown's watch was presented to his daughter, Edith Brown Haisman, after it was recovered in 1993.