The French-derived word for an object of artistic value or a curio is objet d’art pronounced “ahb-ZHAY darr,” (first syllable rhymes with “job”). It is often anglicized mistakenly to object d’art. People also mispronounce and misspell it ojet d’art, omitting the B. The correct plural form is objets d’art.
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