wireworker

wireworker

(ˈwaɪəˌwɜːkə)
n
(Crafts) a person skilled at using wire to make functional or decorative works
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My grandmother, Sarah Dubuc was a wireworker. She had 13 children.
Former Allied Steel and Wireworker John Benson, 61, of Dinas Powys, said: "I personally believe the Prime Minister is the person mainly responsible for this terrible injustice.
He was a wireworker for 30 years and worked at Concord Wire in Worcester for 18 years before retiring in 2002.
And it was unthinkable for one Slovak wireworker that he or anyone in
Critique: Beautifully illustrated with full color photography, the artistic necklaces, pendants, earrings, and cuffs showcased in "Inventive Wire Weaving" will have a special and particular appeal to intermediate level wireworkers looking for new project ideas making it a very strongly recommended addition to personal, professional, and community library do-it-yourself instructional reference collections for aspiring jewelry makers.
Organic Wire and Metal Jewelry: Stunning Pieces Made with Sea Glass, Stones, and Crystals is a practical crafting book for intermediate to advanced metalworkers and wireworkers, revealing how to create beautiful, distinctive jewelry from relatively inexpensive materials and tools.
The 68-year-old became an apprentice craftsman with William Patterson Wireworkers in Byker, Newcastle, when he was just 15.