copperware


Also found in: Thesaurus, Wikipedia.

cop·per·ware

 (kŏp′ər-wâr′)
n.
Articles made of copper.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.copperware - utensils made with copper
utensil - an implement for practical use (especially in a household)
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
KODOKI is a copperware hammered from a single sheet of copper in Japan's famous Gyokusendo metal-working studio.
According to Wang, Datong copperware has a history spanning from the East Zhou Dynasty (770 BC-221 BC).
Some of the items that are being showcased are jewelry, copperware, silverware, carpets, woodwork and some traditional and modern apparel.
To clean copperware, dip a cloth in gasoline or kerosene, sprinkle with brick bath or pumice, and polish.
One stroll through the central alley will bring you face-to-face with a surprising variety of merchandise from fishing nets of the traditional kind used for pearl diving as well as catching fish in the Gulf for hundreds of years to traditional boxes, Arabian musical instruments such as the rababa and oud, as well as glassware, copperware, and pottery work.
After the Greek Orthodox Church of St George and the Old Cairo Bazr, Mar Girgis Street and the whole of Coptic Cairo is basically finished, save for the few antique, copperware and silverware shops standing opposite to the holy sites.
In keeping with the ancient look of her pots, masks and simple clay sculptures, Abboud uses antique objects to make her imprints into the clay: embroidered dresses, bedouin jewelry, copperware and textured fabrics such as lace.
There is not so much for the casual visitor to see in the city of Al-Fayoum itself, now a busy and crowded city like many others, although a market sells copperware, spices and gold jewellery and there is a weekly pottery market selling the pretty Fayoum pottery.
Splash out on pottery, decorated tiles, crystal, copperware, embroidered tablecloths, filigree jewellery and cork products.
This place is like Aladdin's cave, it is a labyrinth of indoor and outdoor bazaars selling everything from 'tacky' items that you can find anywhere to beautifully made silver and gold jewellery, copperware, pashminas, spices and local craft, as well as a variety of Pharaonic souvenirs.
The tomb, 50 meters long and 21 meters wide, held chinaware, copperware, liquor cups, and jars as well as some human bones, said Sun Yingmin, spokesman of the Henan provincial cultural heritage bureau, at a press conference Monday, the China Daily reports.
When he was a teenager, he hollowed out his first copperware, but was soon called up to the front of the Iran-Iraq war.