silversmith

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sil·ver·smith

 (sĭl′vər-smĭth′)
n.
One that makes, repairs, or replates articles of silver.

silversmith

(ˈsɪlvəˌsmɪθ)
n
(Metallurgy) a craftsman who makes or repairs articles of silver
ˈsilverˌsmithing n

sil•ver•smith

(ˈsɪl vərˌsmɪθ)

n.
a person who makes and repairs articles of silver.
[before 1000]
sil′ver•smith`ing, n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.silversmith - someone who makes or repairs articles of silversilversmith - someone who makes or repairs articles of silver
jeweler, jeweller, jewelry maker - someone who makes jewelry
Translations

silversmith

[ˈsɪlvəsmɪθ] Nplatero/a m/f
silversmith's (shop)platería f

silversmith

[ˈsɪlvərsmɪθ] norfèvre mfsilver surfer n (= older internet user) → internaute m senior, surfeur m seniorsilver-tongued [ˌsɪlvərˈtʌŋd] adjéloquent(e)

silversmith

[ˈsɪlvəˌsmɪθ] nargentiere m
References in classic literature ?
you would not earn a very good livelihood as a working silversmith at this rate.
Having no money, and having privately sought advice as to what security could possibly be given by a man in his position, Lydgate had offered the one good security in his power to the less peremptory creditor, who was a silversmith and jeweller, and who consented to take on himself the upholsterer's credit also, accepting interest for a given term.
Her outgoing personality, her virtuoso craft skill as a silversmith and her unique creative vitality make her a fitting ambassador of the silversmiths' art.
He was given training through the Governmentfunded Work Focused Training and is now working full-time at L J Millington Silversmith, one of Birmingham's top silversmiths, based on Nursery Road, in Newtown.
After attending the New England School of Art, she became an accomplished silversmith and jewelry maker then later worked as Advertising Director for AliMed & Wallace International Silversmiths.
Cantonese silversmiths were able to produce fine items at much lower prices than their European counterparts for the same reason that they can out-compete many countries in numerous areas of production today: low labour costs.
A silversmiths in the heart of Birmingham's historic Jewellery Quarter is closing due to declining business, writes Duncan Tift.
Nevertheless, for the silversmiths of Birmingham, there was no option.
Retail tenants include The Gym, Wallace Silversmiths and International Silver Company.
Shimmer, which opens at Shipley Art Gallery in Gateshead on September 17, will showcase work by some of the country's leading silversmiths, including Rod Kelly Hiroshi Suzuki, Ndidi Ekubia and Michael Lloyd who will himself open the exhibition.
com/) designs, manufactures, markets, imports and distributes many of the leading names in home fashion, including Wallace Silversmiths, Towle Silversmiths, International Silver Company, C.
Experts picked Michael Lloyd from a list of 10 silversmiths, and his mace - a symbol of Holyrood's authority - will be presented by the Queen when she officially opens the parliament on July 1.