noun, plural chi·noi·se·ries [sheen-wah-zuh-reez, -wah-zuh-reez; French shee-nwazuh-ree] /ʃinˌwɑ zəˈriz, -ˈwɑ zə riz; French ʃi nwazəˈri/ for 2. (sometimes initial capital letter)
Origin of chinoiserie
Examples from the Web for chinoiserie
Contemporary Examples of chinoiserie
The Duchess looked elegant in a pale grey coat over a hand-painted silk floral “chinoiserie” dress by Jenny Packham.William, Kate and Harry Attend Wedding of Diana's Niece
June 11, 2012
Historical Examples of chinoiserie
Recently I planned a small boudoir in a country house that depended on a gay Chinoiserie paper for its charm.
Mrs. Frederick Havemeyer has a similar bed covered with a Chinoiserie chintz.
Garner shows a Lambeth mug embodying this style of decoration combined with a suggestion of Chinoiserie around the waist.The Cultural History of Marlborough, Virginia
C. Malcolm Watkins