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A necklace was a type of jewellery worn around the neck.

On Earth, Cessair wore the Great Seal of Diplos she had stolen, which was in actuality a segment of the Key to Time, as a necklace. (TV: The Stones of Blood)

The Kinda wore necklaces embossed with a design akin to the DNA double-helix. (TV: Kinda)

In 2001, Dave Young bought Anji Kapoor a gold necklace with her name hanging from it as her anniversary present. It was the last present he ever bought for her before his death. (PROSE: Escape Velocity) She was still wearing it when she arrived on New Jupiter; when she was captured by guards, they decided that her necklace was proof that she was a member of ANJI and took it. (PROSE: EarthWorld)

A memory hub was a form of Ice Warrior recording technology that resembled a necklace. (AUDIO: The Bride of Peladon)

After defeating the Zeronites on Hippocrates Base, Destrii obtained a necklace which broadcast a holographic image of a human around her body. With it, Destrii was able to appear human at will. (COMIC: Sins of the Fathers)

Sebastian Grayle, under the guise of "Leofric of Exeter" in 1055, gave King Edward and Queen Edith exquisitely crafted necklaces made of plutonium. He did this so the radiation would kill them and then attack their castle in the ensuing chaos. (AUDIO: Seasons of Fear)

The Firestone was a powerful telepathic recorder and transmitter. It was given by the Vespiform Christopher to his lover, Lady Clemency Eddison, who wore it on a necklace. (TV: The Unicorn and the Wasp)

In September 2006, Cathy Salt wore a gold necklace which was prodded by "Margaret Blaine", actually Blon Fel-Fotch Passameer-Day Slitheen in disguise. (TV: Boom Town)

In 2010, Amy Pond wore a gold necklace in the shape of the letter "A". (TV: The Eleventh Hour et al.)

In 2050, mother and daughter June and Jorjie Turner wore matching gold necklaces in the shape of the letter "J". (TV: Regeneration et al.)

At Christmas in 2016, both Graham O'Brien and Ryan Sinclair bought frog-shaped necklaces for Grace O'Brien due to her liking frogs. Graham kept the necklace he gifted to her on his person after Grace died. When he encountered the Solitract, which had taken the form of Grace, he asked it about the necklace to verify its identity. (TV: It Takes You Away)

Other necklace wearers included Diana Goddard, (TV: Dalek) Eva Saint Julienne, (TV: The Long Game) Sally Jacobs, (TV: The Christmas Invasion) Jackie Tyler, (TV: Rise of the Cybermen) Bliss, (TV: Love & Monsters) Adeola Oshodi, (TV: Army of Ghosts) Yvonne Hartman, (TV: Army of Ghosts/Doomsday) a newsreader, (TV: Invasion of the Bane) Tish Jones, (TV: The Lazarus Experiment, The Sound of Drums) Lucy Saxon, Vivien Rook, (TV: The Sound of Drums) Donna Noble, (TV: Partners in Crime et al.) Clare Pope, Penny Carter, (TV: Partners in Crime) Esther Drummond (TV: The New World et al.) and Georgette Gold. (COMIC: Liberation of the Daleks [+]Alan Barnes, DWM Comics (Panini Comics, 2022).)

The Fifteenth Doctor wore a silver necklace. (PROSE: "Heroes of Time" [+]Part of Whotopia: The Ultimate Guide to the Whoniverse, Simon Guerrier, Una McCormack and Jonathan Morris, BBC Books (2023).; TV: The Church on Ruby Road)