Definition of Lavallieres
1. lavalliere [n] - See also: lavalliere
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Literary usage of Lavallieres
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Treasury Decisions Under Customs and Other Laws by Dept. of the Treasury, United States Dept. of the Treasury, United States, United States Customs Court, Customs Court (1913)
"The witnesses for the importers objected principally to including the lavallieres and the fobs in the class of chains. They all testified that they were ..."
2. Library of Advertising (1911)
"... That inspection "consists of vanity boxes, lavallieres, etc.," is information. Otherwise the a<l bears the stamp of a store of quality. ..."
3. The Craftsmanby Gustav Stickley by Gustav Stickley (1905)
"Brooches, corsage ornaments, lavallieres, sautoirs, stomachers, tiaras, rings, etc., in many beautiful combinations of diamonds and other precious stones ..."
4. Jewelry Making and Design: An Illustrated Text Book for Teachers, Students by Augustus Foster Rose, Antonio Cirino (1917)
"The designs on Plate C show the application of these fine curves in brooches and lavallieres. They have been made to assume apparently different 'curves by ..."
5. Why Europe Leaves Home: A True Account of the Reasons which Cause Central by Kenneth Lewis Roberts (1922)
"... by long-whiskered Galician grandfathers who still hope to choke a few diamond lavallieres out of American hens before they leave this vale of tears. ..."
6. A Text-book of Precious Stones for Jewelers and the Gem-loving Public by Frank Bertram Wade (1918)
"It will do very well for mounting in such jewels as scarf, pins, lavallieres, etc., where but little hard wear is met with, but it cannot be recommended for ..."