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"Adorned with Elegance: The Timeless Allure of the Necklace" From the regal neck of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II to the fashion-forward vision of Gabrielle Coco Chanel

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Necklace Collection: Elizabeth II - Queen of the United Kingdom and Commonwealth
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Necklace Collection: Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, c1953
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Necklace Collection: Judy Garland with her husband Sydney Luft at the Savoy Hotel in London
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Necklace Collection: Gabrielle Coco Chanel
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Necklace Collection: Deborah Mitford by Madame Yevonde
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Necklace Collection: Nun on a skateboard
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Necklace Collection: Tetisheri, Ancient Egyptian queen of the 17th dynasty, 16th century BC (1926)
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Necklace Collection: Lina Cavalieri, Italian opera singer and actress
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Necklace Collection: ELIZABETH TALBOT (c1527-1608). Known as Bess of Hardwick. Countess of Shrewsbury
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Necklace Collection: Hmong children under umbrella in the monsoon (rainy) season, Sapa, Vietnam, Indochina
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Necklace Collection: PETALESHARO II (1823-1874). Also known as Man Chief. Chaui or Grand Pawnee Native American chief
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Necklace Collection: Gold Lunulae and Axehead, Early Bronze Age, St Merryn, Cornwall
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Necklace Collection: Coronation of King George V and Queen Mary
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Necklace Collection: Queen Elizabeth I, 16th century (1905)
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Necklace Collection: Portrait of Cecilia Gallerani, Lady with an Ermine, c1490. Artist: Leonardo da Vinci
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Necklace Collection: JOHN HENRY NEWMAN. (1801-1890). English prelate and theologian. Oil on canvas, 1881
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Necklace Collection: Man prepares his hair ready for his wedding day - Djibouti
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Necklace Collection: Masai warrior, Masai Mara National Reserve, Kenya, East Africa, Africa
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Necklace Collection: Portrait of Mary, Queen of Scots, c.1550-59 (oil on wood)
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Necklace Collection: Josephine Baker at Folie Bergere, 1925-1926. Photograph by Lucien Walery (1863-1935)
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Necklace Collection: Portrait of Jane Seymour by Holbein, 1536, (1936). Creator: Hans Holbein the Younger
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Necklace Collection: UKRAINIAN, 1875 (oil on canvas)
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Necklace Collection: Portrait of Lucrezia de Medici (or Lucrezia di Cosimo de Medici or Lucrece de Medici
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Necklace Collection: A Lady Playing the Tanpura, ca. 1735. Creator: Unknown
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Necklace Collection: Mary Sidney, Countess of Pembroke, c1600, (1942). Creator: Paulus van Somer
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Necklace Collection: Leonardo da Vinci (1452-1519). Italian polymath. La Belle Fe
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Necklace Collection: Isabella of Portugal (1503-1539). Engraving. Colored
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Necklace Collection: Cartier advertisement 1965
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Necklace Collection: Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon - later Elizabeth, The Queen Mother
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Necklace Collection: Tiy, Ancient Egyptian queen of the 18th dynasty, 14th century BC (1926)
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Necklace Collection: Beatrice - Princess of England
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Necklace Collection: Romanian Women - Traditional costume
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Necklace Collection: Hamer Woman, Omo Valley, Ethiopia
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Necklace Collection: QUEEN MARY (1867-1953). Queen consort of King George V of Great Britain. Photograph by W
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Necklace Collection: Shilluk Girl bearing extensive traditional scarfication
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Necklace Collection: Bust of Queen Nefertiti, from the studio of the sculptor Thutmose at Tell el-Amarna
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Necklace Collection: The Odalisque (oil on canvas)
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Necklace Collection: Young girl of Carovilli, Molise, Italy, 19th century
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Necklace Collection: Anne Boleyn, Queen of England, second wife
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Necklace Collection: Marie of Anjou, Queen of France, wife of King Charles VII
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Necklace Collection: Jahangir and his Father, Akbar, Folio from the Shah Jahan Album, verso: ca
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Necklace Collection: Fabulous Feather Headdress - 1920s Fashion
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Necklace Collection: Nefertiti, Ancient Egyptian queen of the 18th dynasty, 14th century BC (1926)
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Necklace Collection: Study of Lady Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon, 1923. Artist: John Singer Sargent
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Necklace Collection: Alexandra (1844-1925), Queen Consort of King Edward VII of Great Britain, c1890
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Necklace Collection: Princess Anne, Princess Royal, in Cornwall
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Necklace Collection: Countess of Cromer
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Necklace Collection: Gertie Millar - English stage actress and singer


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"Adorned with Elegance: The Timeless Allure of the Necklace" From the regal neck of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II to the fashion-forward vision of Gabrielle Coco Chanel, the necklace has long been a symbol of grace and sophistication. In a captivating portrait captured by Madame Yevonde, Deborah Mitford showcases her impeccable style with a stunning necklace that accentuates her beauty. But it's not just royalty and celebrities who have embraced this exquisite accessory. Under an umbrella in Sapa, Vietnam, Hmong children wear necklaces as they navigate through the monsoon season, adding a touch of color to their lives amidst rainy days. Even Native American chiefs like PETALESHARO II recognized the significance of necklaces. As Man Chief or Chaui, he adorned himself with intricate pieces that reflected his status and cultural heritage. In an unexpected twist, we witness a nun defying conventions as she glides on a skateboard while wearing her modest habit and delicate necklace – proving that even within tradition, individuality can shine through. Traveling back in time to Bess of Hardwick's era reveals how necklaces were cherished by women throughout history. ELIZABETH TALBOT's elaborate piece showcased her wealth and power as Countess of Shrewsbury during the 16th century. The influence of jewelry extends beyond individuals; it also holds archaeological value. Gold Lunulae discovered in St Merryn, Cornwall from Early Bronze Age exemplify how these precious adornments have fascinated humanity for centuries. Artists immortalize beauty through their masterpieces too. Leonardo da Vinci's Portrait of Cecilia Gallerani depicts elegance personified as she delicately cradles an ermine while donning an enchanting necklace around her graceful neck. Lina Cavalieri captivated audiences not only with her mesmerizing voice but also with her striking appearance enhanced by opulent necklaces fit for an opera diva. Her allure continues to inspire generations.