smithcraft


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smithcraft

(ˈsmɪθˌkrɑːft)
n
archaic the work or craft of a smith
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The production uses traditional smithcraft with great dedication to detail and there are also limited edition models to please your high-profile guests.
As Shippey points out, the etymology of the word Saruman traces its meaning to something similar to "cunning man," and what he stands for is "a kind of mechanical ingenuity, smithcraft developed into engineering skills" (170).
She also had two sisters named Brighid who were collectively the goddesses of poetry, healing and smithcraft.