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- Small articles of jewellery, trinkets, etc.
- 1850, The Anglo-hindoostanee handbook:
- The finer kinds of perfumery, prettily cut-glass bottles, and all sorts of bijouterie for the toilet or drawing-room table, good plaister casts, and in fact every thing ornamental, as far as the pecuniary means can afford, should be taken.
- 1853, William Frederick Wakeman, Dublin: What's to be Seen, and how to See it:
- The first objects to attract attention are the large stands in the centre of the hall containing Mr. Simonton's brilliant display of bronze, painted china, and pretty bijouterie; the exquisite laces of Forrest and Allen; and the large collection of preparations for the toilet exhibited by Fred. Lewis.
- 1861, Transactions of the Ethnological Society of London:
- The women cultivate and plant the ground, and after feeding their husbands, expend the surplus products in the beads and baubles which compose their bijouterie.
bijouterie f (plural bijouterieën)
bijouterie f (plural bijouteries)
- → Romanian: bijuterie
- “bijouterie” in Trésor de la langue française informatisé (The Digitized Treasury of the French Language).
- plural of