Freshwater Pearls Sautoir Necklace
Article Number 87395
Sautoir necklace. Accessory of the Charleston era.
History of a piece of jewelry: at the beginning of the 20th century women gradually stopped wearing their pearl jewelry close to the neck. Long chains better matched the flowing cut of the new dresses. They reached down to the navel and fell loosely. In the 1920s, the sautoir necklace was made popular by no other than Coco Chanel. She wore it in a classical style with the little black dress as a generous, loose falling necklace, slung around the neck three times and close to the neck or hanging over a wide opening at the back. Our necklace has a length of more than one meter with about 200 cultured freshwater pearls strung together. The sautoir necklace is made in Pforzheim, Germany.
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