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tinware

(ˈtɪnˌwɛə)
n
objects made of tin plate

tin•ware

(ˈtɪnˌwɛər)

n.
articles made of tin plate.
[1750–60]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.tinware - articles of commerce made of tin plate
article of commerce - an article that is offered for sale
tin plate, tinplate - a thin sheet of metal (iron or steel) coated with tin to prevent rusting; used especially for cans, pots, and tins
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When the corners of her mouth went down suddenly like a barometer it usually foretold a fall of crockery and tinware.
The houses had little gardens around them, but they didn't seem to raise hardly anything in them but jimpson-weeds, and sunflowers, and ash piles, and old curled-up boots and shoes, and pieces of bottles, and rags, and played-out tinware. The fences was made of different kinds of boards, nailed on at dif- ferent times; and they leaned every which way, and had gates that didn't generly have but one hinge -- a leather one.
Now a bag of remarkable clothespins, next, a wonderful nutmeg grater which fell to pieces at the first trial, a knife cleaner that spoiled all the knives, or a sweeper that picked the nap neatly off the carpet and left the dirt, labor-saving soap that took the skin off one's hands, infallible cements which stuck firmly to nothing but the fingers of the deluded buyer, and every kind of tinware, from a toy savings bank for odd pennies, to a wonderful boiler which would wash articles in its own steam with every prospect of exploding in the process.
AI'm a big fan of illustrator Emma Ball's gorgeous nautical crockery, fabrics and tinware, and now she's dipped her toe into the kiddie market with this Pirate Tin case.
"The deal gives us an opportunity to demonstrate Sapin's unique expertise in the manufacture of decorative tinware by bringing to the region's consumers one of the world's best-loved chocolate brands in a high-quality, visually appealing packaging." Chaumeil said: "We are pleased to continue our association with Sapin and extend our supply agreement with them to include more premium NestlE[umlaut] brands.
0.6 0.85 40.94 Heating & cooking equipment 0.69 0.84 21.06 Wire product 0.47 0.46 -1.06 Utensils--aluminium 0.7 0.64 -9.35 Tin cans & tinware 0.71 0.61 -13.2 Metal trunks and bolts, nuts, rivets, etc.
From pretty flower and butterfly garlands, painted tinware, perfumed candles and elaborate wind-chimes, to mirrors, silk and paper flowers, candle holders, picture frames, occasional furniture, ethnic ornaments, aromatic oils and incense.
The family spent the summer months travelling around Kerry and occasionally into neighbouring counties, in the wintertime moving into various houses in Caherciveen, enabling the youngsters to get a little schooling and their father to prepare tinware for the following season.
Back in 1740, the Perry family produced japanning and tinware, such as plates and cups, and their success led to the formation of the company Edward Perry & Son in 1790.
"Cadbury's made the chocolate bars and the tin was made by Barringer Wallis and Manners of Mansfield, one of the world's leading manufacturers of decorative tinware. Even the tin is rare but to find the chocolate still inside is just unreal.
Alternatively, its Tinware stoneware collection, which mimics vintage distressed metalware, introduced a new latte mug shape and the colors burnt orange, cashmere blue and light gray.
And now Yvonne Jones, author of Japanned Papier Mache and Tinware c1740-c1940, is battling to ensure the West Midlands' key role in the craze, which was all the rage in the 1800s, is not forgotten.