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silversmith

a craftsman who makes or repairs articles of silver
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A spokesperson for Heir Hunters said: "The Birmingham Silversmiths and the Women's Land Army featured a lot in the episode.
Storr's role was to oversee more than 500 silversmiths and craftsmen in their workshops supplying the massive 10,000 ounces of high quality wrought pieces needed every month to meet demand.
What we do know is that he did go on to be one of the great silversmiths of his time.
To protect the interests of small artisans, the customs duty on articles of jewellery and of goldsmiths or silversmiths wares and parts thereof is being increased from 10% to 15%.
London, May 10 ( ANI ): A British silversmith has revealed that the FA Cup needed almost eighty hours of restoration to bring it back to its original pristine condition after Chelsea returned it back.
She uses the objects from the Cahn collection to weave a narrative of early American silver and silversmiths in her introductory essay, which is followed by 39 detailed entries full of concise and piercing analysis.
Some silversmiths may omit or perform poorly some of the above steps, and a common area of neglect is finishing the edges.
Mr Al Roomy, who is originally from Iraq, said the introduction of machinery had a major impact on the profession - directly affecting the income of highly skilled silversmiths.
And this summer looks set to be an important step in Theresa's career as she was also one of 12 silversmiths featured in an exhibition at Goldsmiths' Hall in London.
Storyville: Rachael Howard and Melanie Tomlinson, Bluecoat Display Centre, until May 7; Airports for the Lights, Shadows and Particles, The Bluecoat, until May 1; Doug Jones: Lares et Penates, Ceri Hand, until March 19; Arts by Offenders and Secure Patients, Novas CUC, until March 27; Sequential by Alan Redfern, Corke Gallery, until March 19; Contemporary British Silversmiths, The Capstone, until May 6; Paintings by Susan Lee Brown, Dot Art, until April 29; Design Research Unit 1942-72, LJMU The Academy, until April 1; Historic Love - paintings by David Knopov, The Quarter; 42 Women of Sierra Leone, International Slavery Museum, until April 12; Old Master Drawings, Lady Lever Gallery, until May 2.
When Mr Al Roomi was apprenticed to his father at the age of eight there were more than 20 silversmiths plying their trade in Bahrain.
Cocktails at Silversmiths include a mean Bloody Mary but Nonna's Aperitivi Bar is the place for Italian specialities such as The Godfather.