Definition of enchase in English:

enchase

verb

[with object]
  • Decorate (a piece of jewellery or work of art) by inlaying, engraving, or carving.

    ‘The caisson ceiling was elaborately decorated with exquisitely enchased mosaic frescos.’
    ‘Tanen made a warning gesture, they leant against an enchased marble wall.’
    inset, set, enchased, ornamented, decorated, studded, lined, panelled, tiled

Origin

Late Middle English from Old French enchasser ‘set gems, encase’, from en- ‘in’ + chasse ‘a case’.

Pronunciation

enchase

/ɪnˈtʃeɪs/ /ɛnˈtʃeɪs/