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Historically, there was a blue sapphire pendant on the ship.
It was given to RMS Titanic passenger Kate Florence Phillips by her married lover, Samuel Morley, as the pair fled to America to make a new life for themselves.
By 1912, Nathan Hockley had purchased it for his son Caledon to give to his fiance Rose De Witt Bukater as an engagment present that Cal originally planned to bequeath to Rose at their rehearsal gala. When it became clear Rose loved Jack, Cal managed to get it into Jack's pocket, getting him arrested.
However, in order to ensure her meeting with him, he gave it to her after she nearly jumped off the stern of the Titanic; claiming it was symbol of his love for her, and that he could give her anything she desired. Cal then put the necklace in his coat pocket, but forgot when he gave the coat to Rose.
The idea of a blue diamond is also in the 1943 film version of the Titanic where a blue diamond plays an important role in a love affair as well.
In 1996, Brock Lovett, a famed treasure hunter went in search of the Heart of the Ocean necklace.It was the necklace given to Rose De Witt Bukater by Caledon Hockley aboard the Titanic as a wedding gift, however, they were never actually married, as Rose chose to fall for a penniless artist (Jack Dawson) instead.It was believed to have been lost in the shipwreck of the Titanic.This version of the necklace was used on only 2 of the scenes, because of the monetary value.Today, it resides in Twentieth Century Fox's archives.
Rose and her granddaughter, Lizzy, then go to Lovett and Rose tells her story.