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Articles, especially decorative objects, made of leather.

leath′er·work′er n.
leath′er·work′ing n.
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Noun1.leatherwork - work made of leather
piece of work, work - a product produced or accomplished through the effort or activity or agency of a person or thing; "it is not regarded as one of his more memorable works"; "the symphony was hailed as an ingenious work"; "he was indebted to the pioneering work of John Dewey"; "the work of an active imagination"; "erosion is the work of wind or water over time"
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Special mention should go to the Fletcher siblings too - Suzie is a leatherworker, while Stephen is a horologist who can, in fact, turn his hand to most things.
Whether you're a DIY project mogul, a baker, a carpenter, a leatherworker, a designer, a property manager--the list goes on and on--you can use Cubiio to easily engrave anything your heart desires.
Most of us don't have the expensive strap-end punches a professional leatherworker would use to cut the tongue, but it's still possible to get a clean cut with a utility knife by making several small cuts to shape the tongue, instead of trying to go all the way around in one long curve.
His father was John Shakespeare, a businessman and leatherworker who eventually rose in rank to become something like mayor of the town of Stratford after marrying Shakespeare's mother, Mary Alden, who belonged to a rich and powerful family.
A beadworker and leatherworker, she decided to give a workshop that involved a simple leatherworking activity for children and recognition of some land, water, and air clan animals.
(9) Bates's emphasis on the intimate relationship between the skilled worker's body and his materials is echoed by Len Greenham, a leatherworker from Northampton who began his working life in 1928, and was interviewed for Trevor Blackwell and Jeremy Seabrook's collection Talking Work: An Oral History.
Le, who was a leatherworker in Vietnam, continues his trade, now repairing harnesses and other items in a sex shop.
Bradley's father, Joseph, was a leatherworker. But his dad's brother, George Bradley - nicknamed Foghorn - pitched for Boston's National League team in 1876 and later became a prominent umpire, so Hugh had baseball genes.
One Mumbai leatherworker has a shop where a team of 22 laborers turns out thousands of custom-made briefcases for big companies.
(11.) Such as Lohar (blacksmith caste), Bangi (sweeper), or Muci (shoemaker, leatherworker).
How did Joseph Kam, a Dutch leatherworker who at one point went bankrupt, later go on to lead one of the most significant mission efforts in the Dutch East Indies?