Definition of plique–à–jour
: a style of enameling in which usually transparent enamels are fused into the openings of a metal filigree to produce an effect suggestive of stained glass
Origin and Etymology of plique–à–jour
French, literally, braid letting in daylight
First Known Use: 1899See Words from the same year
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