Definitions for "Cachet"
A seal, as of a letter.
(French pronounce ‘ka-shay') A design printed or stamped on an envelope describing or commemorating an event. Cachets can be for any event e.g. on first day of issue, first flight and stamp exhibition covers, etc.
1.) any text or graphic privately applied to an envelope for a commemorative purpose. Such markings are frequently found on First Day Covers and Event Covers. 2) any advertisement, censor marking or commercial handstamp applied to a cover.
The particular qualities of one culture's language ascribed to it by the speakers of another. Häagen-Daz ice cream, for example, plays on associations of quality, taste, fine chocolate, and luxury ascribed to Scandinavian countries.
a substitute for a signature on a work of art that is original and creative yet simple.