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In jewelry, a collar is an ornament for the neck.
Collar is an older word for necklace, and is usually reserved today for a necklace that lies flat to the body rather than hanging freely.
Specifically, collar may refer to:
- One of the insignia of an Order of Knighthood.See:Collar (Order of Knighthood)
- A wide choker popular in the Edwardian period (also called a dog collar); the style was introduced by Princess (later, Queen) Alexandra of Denmark who wore it to hide a scar on her neck.
- The various livery collars or chains of office worn by officers of state in England and the United Kingdom.
- Any massive necklace of the sixteenth century or earlier.
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