Momentary doubt as to whether “jabot” was reeealy the correct term to use in a previous post’s photo, so did a quick online search.  Yes, according to wiki here (lovely photo, isn’t it). 

Then went to 1913 dictionary.  As I’d thought, accented first syllable, but dictionary doesn’t indicate if “t” is pronounced.  My French is very bad, so will have to look that up as well… but not right now!

Jab”ot (?), n. [F.]  1. Originally, a kind of ruffle worn by men on the bosom of the shirt.  2. An arrangement of lace or tulle, looped ornamentally, and worn by women on the front of the dress.

is this a jabot?
is this a jabot?
pardon the photo, taken from telly-playing-dvd

Wonder if this photo from Poiret’s Murder on the Links qualifies?  It appears actually sewn onto the bodice, rather than fluttering at the neckline… attenuated jabot? morphed jabot? misplaced jabot?!