tinwork

tin·work

 (tĭn′wûrk′)
n.
1. Articles made of tin or tin plate.
2. tinworks(used with a sing. verb) A place where tin is smelted and rolled.

tinwork

(ˈtɪnˌwɜːk)
n
(Crafts) objects made of tin

tin•work

(ˈtɪnˌwɜrk)

n.
work made of tin.
[1490–1500]
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