dinanderie

noun di·nan·de·rie \ də̇ˈnandərē , ˌdēˌnanˈdrē \

Definition of dinanderie

plural -s
:decorative objects of brass, copper, or bronze chiefly for ecclesiastical or domestic use such as were made in the 13th to 15th centuries

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Origin and Etymology of dinanderie

French, from Middle French, from dinandier coppersmith (from Old French, from Dinand —now Dinant —town in Belgium + Old French -ier -er) + -ie -y


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