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Definitions of lavaliere in various dictionaries:
noun - jeweled pendant worn on a chain around the neck
A pendant worn on a chain around the neck.
LAVALIERE - A lavalier or lavaliere or lavalliere is an item of jewelry consisting of a pendant, sometimes with one stone, suspended from a necklace. The style w...
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|Possible Crossword Clues|
|Jewelled pendant worn on a chain around the neck|
|Bow from the Parisian, one having hesitation in farewell|
|Last Seen in these Crosswords & Puzzles|
|May 12 2014 The Telegraph - General Knowledge|
|Nov 14 2012 The Telegraph - Toughie|
|Oct 21 2007 Premier Sunday - King Feature Syndicate|
|Possible Dictionary Clues|
|A pendant worn on a chain around the neck.|
|bDefinitionb of bLAVALIEREb. : a pendant on a fine chain that is worn as a necklace.|
|jewelled pendant worn on a chain around the neck|
A lavalier or lavaliere or lavalliere is an item of jewelry consisting of a pendant, sometimes with one stone, suspended from a necklace.|
* The style was popularized by the Duchesse de la Vallière, a mistress of King Louis XIV of France. A lavalier can be recognized most for its drop (that usually consist of a stone and/or a chandelier type of drop) which is attached to the chain and not attached by a bail.
* According to Hans Nadelhoffer, Cartier: Jewelers Extraordinary (1984), p. 50:* A special form of necklace produced around 1900 was the lavallière, an imaginative allusion to a fashion named for the actress Ève Lavallière, suspending two overlapping pendants, generally of different lengths. The necklace itself often consisted of a simple silk cord with diamond sliding motifs, in which the imaginative end motifs were often intertwined. Princess George of Greece (Marie Bonaparte) received a lavallière with two diamond fir cones, the Tsarina of Russia one with amethyst acorns. Eve Lavalli