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A sautoir is a French term for a long necklace that suspends a tassel or other ornament. Necklaces that would fit the criteria for a sautoir have existed throughout history.

A sautoir (also known as a rope) is a long necklace (longer than opera-length), often with an ornament (a tassel or pendant) at the end. Sautoirs were common during the Edwardian era.

Sautoir: (Soh-TWAH) A long rope style necklace popularized in the Edwardian era because Queen Alexandra often wore them. They were usually decorated with seed pearls and had a tassel as a pendant.

Sautoir A long necklace, usually made of pearls or beads and often ending in a tassel. Popularized in the 1920's ...

A necklace longer than thirty inches that usually has a pendant or other ornament at its end, and was popular during the Belle Epoque period
scatter pin
A group of small pins or brooches that are usually worn together ...

An extremely long neck chain, which falls below the waistline and terminates with a tassel or pendant. Popular in the early 20th century
Engraved (intaglio) of stone or metal used to create an impression on a substance such as wax or clay ...

An Edwardian era, long necklace that was supplemented with a pendant or tassel.
sapphire ...

(Soh-TWAH) a long rope style necklace, often with a tassel or pendant at the end, these were popularized in the Edwardian era because Edward's Queen Alexandra often wore them.
Seed Pearl ...

A very long Rope Necklace (finishing below the waist of the wearer) often ending in a tassel or pendant. Popular in Edwardian times and with 1920s flappers.

~ - this is a term for a long necklace of beads, pearls or chains, often ending in tassels. It was very popular in the 1920s.

A long necklace of beads or chains often ending in a tassel. Popular in the 1920s.
Earring mechanism with an adjustable screw to tighten it to the ear lobe.

A long necklace that has a tassel or pendant at each end. ~s were most common in Edwardian era (1901-1910).

~ soh-TWAH) - Long, rope style necklace popularized in the Edwardian era.
Scarab - Sacred beetle in Ancient Egypt; fine, gold, original scarab pendant.
Scatter Pin - A small pin often featuring flowers, birds and insects and intended to be worn as one of a group.

~ A long necklace, usually about 40" with a pendant or ornament at the bottom.
SCATTER PINS A grouping of several small pins worn together ...

~ (French): A long necklace generally extending below a woman's waist. The ~ design often featured a suspended tassel. The style of necklace was popular in the 1800s. Scarab: A representation of an Egyptian dung beetle. Scarabs were made of carved stone, glass or metal.

~ An extremely long woman's neck chain, frequently of beads or seed pearls, which falls below the waist and is worn loosely from the shoulders. A ~ may have a jeweled pendant or a tassel suspended from the bottom.

~ (n) A long strand of beads or pearls that are terminated in a pendant or tassel.
Sévigné (n) A 17th century diamond bow-brooch set that is worn on a bodice.
Sûreté (n) Also known as a cliquet or jabot pin. A fastening device or 'catch' that uses a pin-and-snap closure.

Instead ~s, long gold chains joined by a medallion, were in vogue. Also popular were very long earrings know as fishwives.

Necklace: A form of jewelry worn around the neck. See Bolo, Chain, Choker, Collar, Diva Fashion, Fetish Necklace, Heishi, Hemp, Jocla, Lariat, Lavalier, Length, Matinee Length, Mourning Jewelry, Opera Length, Rivière, ~, Squash Blossom Necklace, Y Necklace.

See also: See also: What is the meaning of Jewel, Necklace, Jewelry, Pearl, Metal?

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