cassolette

1 Glass or ceramic vase, usually one of a pair, with a reversible lid. The inverted lid serves as a candle holder. 2 Ornate, late 18thC pastille burner like a small brazier on a stand (see athenienne) , and made of bronze or gilt metal.

Cassolette

Cas`so·lette' noun [ French] a box, or vase, with a perforated cover to emit perfumes.
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Cassolette

• (n.) a box, or vase, with a perforated cover to emit perfumes.
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cassolette

Glass or ceramic vase usually one of a pair, with a reversible lid. The inverted lid serving as a candle holder.
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cassolette

(kaso-let) - (1) Cassolette means a small dish for food sufficient for one person (a one-portion dish), which is usually made from earthenware. (2) It can also mean a very small case made from fried bread, pastry, egg, and breadcrumbs that are filled with a savory mixture (these are served as snacks or appetizers).
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cassolette

dish presented in a casserole
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