silversmith

[ UK /sˈɪlvəsmˌɪθ/ ]
NOUN
  1. someone who makes or repairs articles of silver
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How To Use silversmith In A Sentence

  • A few miles out of town, she took a detour to a small house where a silversmith lived. BEAUTIFUL DREAMER
  • In olden days, crooks used to shave or clip the edges of coins and then sell the shavings to a disreputable goldsmith or silversmith.
  • Not only was he a silversmith of renown, but a patriot, soldier, grand master Mason, confidential agent of the state of Massachusetts Bay, engraver, picture-frame designer, and die-sinker. All About Coffee
  • He says the poet was another silversmith, so he particularly admires him. SOMEWHERE EAST OF LIFE
  • For most of my early life, I worked as a silversmith and lectured at Glasgow School of Art in silversmithing and jewellery.
  • Traditional Lebanese crafts include basketry, carpet weaving, ceramics and pottery, copper-and metalworking, embroidery, glass-blowing, and gold-and silversmithing.
  • It's about a comfortable Boston silversmith risking his life to warn about a clever British night march to seize colonial arms and stop a revolt in its tracks. William Dietrich: Put the Story in History
  • Colonist and silversmith Paul Revere rides through the night to warn the "Well regulated militia" in Lexington that the British are coming and an armed citizenry turn out on the village green and defy the Crown with armed resistance at the Concord bridge. 2010 tax on your firearms Is this really true ?
  • That week, the woman called a silversmith and made an appointment to watch him at work. inJesus :: Online Community :: Last posted message
  • The makers of the frames included many of England's most fashionable silversmiths, including Paul de Lamerie, Charles Kandler and Benjamin Pyne.
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