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The theme is some things are worth more to some people then they do to others. This scene shows that Charles is appalled at finding the gold chain on a tree.
"That's my brother's gold watch chain."
"I found it nailed to a tree, for God's sake. What kind of house is this?"
This shows that the gold chain does not have the same value to Constance as it does to Charles even though it was found in a tree.
"It's not important, really Charles it's not important."
The gold chain is worth money and Charles could have sold it because other people would buy it since they know its valuable.
"Not important? Connie, this thing's made of gold....We could have sold it."
Constance, along with Merricat, do not see the value in the chain because it does not hold any money value, rather than emotional value.
Charles is saying that the chain is worth money and he does not understand how Merricat and Constance don't recognize that.
"It's worth money. This is a gold watch chain, worth probably a good deal of money. Sensible people don't go around nailing this kind of valuable thing to trees."
Constance is moving on from the conversation because she does not see the importance in it like Charles does.
"Lunch will be cold if you stand there worrying."
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