The late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg owned a gold judicial collar with glass beads, which sold at auction for $176,775.
The item was one of perhaps 75 Ginsburg creations that were sold to raise money for a good cause.
The online auction that closed on Friday saw roughly $517,000 in total payments from bidders for the items.
The judicial collar, which cost the most to buy, was the first piece of the late justice's distinctive neckwear to be made available for purchase.
The auction was held by Bonhams, which also ran an online sale of her books in which $2.3 million was raised.
Patrice Michaels, Ginsburg's daughter-in-law, serves on the advisory board for the company.