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.
Part of Thursday's programme was filmed in the Jewellery Quarter after it was revealed her family ran a silversmiths
PAUL STORR is one of England's most famous, yet perhaps also most elusive, 19th-century silversmiths
Around 150 chosen exhibits - the work of 66 silversmiths
- will be on show, and the exhibition will also examine the techniques and tools used to create them.
, Pfaltzgraff and Wallace Silversmiths
the company that owns the brand Indian Silversmiths
The story goes it was the practice to sweep the floors of goldsmiths and silversmiths
workshops at the end of each day to collect the various valuable metal shavings.
The customs duty on articles of jewellery and on goldsmiths or silversmiths
wares has, however, not been revised upwards in line with the changes in the duty rates on gold, silver and platinum.
The Football Association (FA), which pays London silversmiths
Thomas Lyte an annual fixed fee for looking after the 132-year old trophy, had footed a bill of around of 3000 pounds to restore the Cup, which will be won by either Manchester City or Wigan Athletic at Wembley on Saturday, the Mirror reports.
One scholarly argument that is explored through these works and those of Myers' fellow New York silversmiths
is the extent to which they collaborated on aspects of silver production.
Spratling, an American architect, founded a silver workshop in Taxco in 1931, employing several Mexican silversmiths
to make jewellery from his designs as well as their own.