pah ROOR] lit., set. A matched suite of jewelry, of three or more pieces (demi-parure: two matched pieces, e.g., brooch and earrings)
A matching suite or set of jewelry usually including a necklace, pendant, brooch, earrings, and a bracelet.
A suite of jewelry composed of a brooch, bracelet, earrings and a necklace. Such sets were popular from the 16th through the 19th century.
a matching set of jewellery
a matching set of jewelry, usually containing a necklace, earrings, brooch and a bracelet (or two bracelets)
A suite of matching jewelry consisting of several pieces. In Victorian times, a complete parure consisted of two matching bracelets, necklace, earrings and a brooch. Note that before wristwatches became widely worn, it was quite common to wear two matching bracelets.
A complete suite or set of jewelry consisting of three or more matching pieces.
Term for a set of jewelry popular through the 19th century which consisted of several pieces of matching jewelry. In times, a complete parure consisted of two matching bracelets, necklace, earrings and a brooch. See also demi-parure.
A matched set or suite of three or more pieces of jewelry such as necklace, bracelet and earrings.
Matching jewelry containing three or more pieces such as a necklace, choker, brooch, earrings, bracelet, and ring. Also see demi-parure.
A matched set of jewelry, which might include earrings, a necklace, brooches, rings, and other pieces Pave