objet

objet

(ɒbˈdʒeɪ)
n
a decorative object that is meant to be exhibited or open to view
References in classic literature ?
Percerin, who was walking behind Fouquet, and was engaged in admiring, in Lebrun's painting, the suit that he had made for his majesty, a perfect objet d'art , as he called it, which was not to be matched except in the wardrobe of the surintendant.
Design Philippines presents Kindred, a design collective of 13 Filipino designers and manufacturers, set to participate in this year's prestigious Maison et Objet international trade fair in Paris happening from September 6 to 10, 2019.
The Ministry of Culture will lead eight Taiwan craft design brands to take part in the Maison and Objet Paris exhibition, from Sept.
This year's InnoFest centered on LG's flagship and premium home appliance lineups, namely the LG ThinQ, LG SIGNATURE, and the LG Objet, all of which utilize AI and IoT to deliver seamless and personalized user experience through data analysis and interconnectivity.
Cette requisition est inscrite au nom de 6 protagonistes qui ne se justifient point d'acte de propriete de ce territoire, objet d'acte de jouissance.
AHOST of North East businesses have returned to the UK after taking part in the worldfamous Maison & Objet trade show in Paris as part of a Northern Powerhouse trade mission.
(TAP) -- The National Office of the Tunisian Handicrafts (ONAT) takes part in the trade show "Maison & Objet" of Paris from 19 to 23 January 2018, providing support and supervision to 8 craft companies gathered in the Tunisian stand, announced the office in a statement.
The center for International Trade Expositions and Missions (Citem), an agency of the Department of Trade and Industry, is spearheading the Philippine participation in the international exhibit Maison and Objet Paris 2016 with a pavilion devoted solely to fashion accessories.
During his tenure as CEO, David Reis led the merger and integration of Stratasys and rival Objet.
Prior to Stratasys, he held senior marketing positions in several software and hardware organisations including Objet prior to the Stratasys/Objet merger, Empirix and Scitex.