objet d'art

NOUN
  1. a work of art of some artistic value
    it is not known who created this piece
    this store sells only objets d'art
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How To Use objet d'art In A Sentence

  • She had it valued in the 1980s, when it was said to be worth in the hundreds, but had no idea of its real value following the boom in interest in Chinese objet d'art. WalesOnline - Home
  • But she was also an ambitious and intellectually astute woman, who wasn't interested in being an objet d'art for Cadmus or anybody else. GALILEE
  • In an attempt to salvage her situation, she began selling off her valuable collection of objet d'arts, including a Qing dynasty clock for $3.8 million. Georgialee Lang: How to Blow a Billion Dollars
  • No matter what the aesthetic of a person's card character, a universal goal appears to be crafting a unique objet d'art. Leaving the Right Impression
  • But once a stolen masterpiece or a valuable objet d'art appears in the press, on TV, or in trade publications, no honest dealer will touch it and even the bent dealer handles it at his peril.
  • Long overlooked for its aesthetic principles, these days, money is not just a physical or abstract means by which people obtain art and, thus beauty; it has become an objet d'art. Adrian Margaret Brune: The New Moneyed Art
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