cobblery

cobblery

(ˈkɒblərɪ)
n
the occupation of shoemaking or shoemending
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Some of the topics covered include cobblery, African American clothing and fashion, bohemian style and fashion, cotton and cotton products, Lord & Taylor, sleeves and cuffs, logging attire, Emilio Pucci, clan attire, breechcloths, Belle Epoque fashion, prehistoric clothing, silk and agriculture, badges and insignias, Godey's Lady's Book, pin-up girls, amulets, Bill Blass, protective and orthotic clothing, tunics and togas, dance costumes, spandex, and disguise and spy wear.
Are we to suppose that cobblery is less designed than millinery?
Watt's prescription for overcoming insufficiency, a sort of method method, is all Watt holds in reserve, whether corrective cobblery or canine care stands to be reckoned.