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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.

Sautoir - 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. Sautoirs were most common in Edwardian era (1901-1910).

Sautoir 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.

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

Sautoir (French): A long necklace generally extending below a woman's waist. The sautoir 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.

sautoir 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 sautoir may have a jeweled pendant or a tassel suspended from the bottom.

Sautoir (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 sautoirs, 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, Sautoir, Squash Blossom Necklace, Y Necklace.

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

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