silverwork


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sil·ver·work

 (sĭl′vər-wûrk′)
n.
Decorative work done in silver.
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Noun1.silverwork - decorative work made of silver
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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These so-called treasures of the vassal states include 589 pieces of goldwork (weighing 16kg), 392 pieces of silverwork (weighing 13kg) and jade ornaments (weighing 14kg).
Among the top exhibitors are luxury brands such as Wiener Silber Manufactur from Vienna displaying unique silverwork masterpieces, Ege Exquisit from Germany showcasing the world's finest table and bed linen and KPM, a trend-setter in producing timeless porcelain since 1763.
Among the exhibitors will be Luxury Majlis, with brands such as Wiener Silber Manufactur from Vienna displaying unique silverwork masterpieces, and Ege Exquisit from Germany showcasing table and bed linens.
Among the top exhibitors will be Luxury Majlis with brands such as Wiener Silber, manufactured from Vienna (Austria), displaying unique silverwork masterpieces; and Ege Exquisit from Germany showcasing the world's finest table and bed linens.
Bequeathed to the community after Robert Spence Watson's death, Gateshead Council-owned Bensham Grove now offers a variety of adult learning courses - including many embraced by the Pre-Raphaelites such as stained glass window making, pottery, embroidery and silverwork.
As the hot day begins to cool, the crowd grows at the fort's Shringar Chowk, around which the galleries exhibit the royal collection elephant howdahs and palanquins decorated with repousse silverwork.
The Omani craft industries that won included the Omani 'Khanjar' in the silverwork category and 'Al Azaf' in frond works.
The museum claimed that the silver and gem-studded vitrine is 'the most lavish piece of silverwork known from the Wiener Werkstatte [or Vienna Workshops], a guild of artists and craftsmen practicing in Austria in the early 20th century.
BERLIN -- It's a medieval treasure trove worth an estimated quarter of a billion dollars, filled with gold crosses studded with gems and intricate silverwork.
The silver collection contains over 1,400 pieces of Birmingham's spectacular silverwork, including a piece from every year since the office was founded.
Barry goes on to explain that this type of silverwork is somewhat crude as opposed to later examples.
Potter on up to the first floor and for a good look at traditional costumes, jewellery, silverwork and a large collection of treasured Lefkara embroidery.