goldsmithery

goldsmithery

(ˈɡəʊldˌsmɪθərɪ)
n
1. (Crafts) the occupation of a goldsmith
2. (Crafts) the items made by a goldsmith
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He added that a Bahraini delegation will conduct a visit to Egypt in next May to hold talks with Egyptian officials on the initiation of investment cooperation, as well as the establishment of a handcraft and goldsmithery school.
Dating from the 4th and 3rd centuries BC, the works, which include this gold armlet with a Herakles knot, are testament to the skill found in ancient goldsmithery.
He should avoid crafts having to do with engraving (al-naqsh), goldsmithery (al-siyagha), plastering (228) buildings with gypsum (al-jiss), and everything by which the world is embellished.
At the center of the city, one can see the neighborhood of al-Baz which is a very ancient commercial center including a number of the historical markets specialized in different handicrafts such as smithery, carpentry, and goldsmithery.
Remains of comb making, glass working, weaving, boat building (hundreds of iron nails, rivets and paddings) were abundantly recorded; of no less importance was the goldsmithery.
Amado described the sisterhood in War of the Saints: "they wore their white skirts adorned with lace and embroidery over starched petticoats, their blouses displaying the scapular of the order: chains of eighteen-carat gold with two plates of the finest goldsmithery.
12) Despite this, it is not difficult to see why "Merchants, and men of other Trades" were also often skilled in the crafts of goldsmithery.
The Protocol aims to find a bilateral cooperation between the two sides to develop the gold and jewelry goldsmithery career in Bahrain and to benefit from the Thai experiences in this field.