Plique-a-jour



[pleek-ah-zhoo r; French plee-ka-zhoor] /ˈplik ɑˈʒʊər; French pli kaˈʒur/

Fine Arts.
1.
an enameling technique in which unbacked wirework is filled with transparent enamel, resulting in a stained-glass effect.

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