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silversmith

a craftsman who makes or repairs articles of silver
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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.
The Football Association (FA), which pays London silversmiths Thomas Lyte an annual fixed fee for looking after the 132-year old trophy, had footed a bill of around of 3000 pounds to restore the Cup, which will be won by either Manchester City or Wigan Athletic at Wembley on Saturday, the Mirror reports.
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.
the silversmith whose designs and collaborations have earned her numerous prestigious awards, including the Belgian Designer (2007) and the bi-annual Flemish Cultural Award for Design (2009), said.
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 was trained in the silversmith craft by his father and uncle from the age of 15, described how he used to work 19-hour days to create the perfect handcrafted pieces.
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.
Louise is hoping British Silver Week will help profile not just her own work but those of other silversmiths in the city, helping to ensure Birmingham retains its place at the heart of the industry.
It made me proud to be a Maliseet silversmith representing our people to do such a huge thing.
Quirky jewellery items created by award-winning silversmith Bronwen Deane capture the region's distinct architecture both old and new.
Andrew's, Barrie, congregation was created by local gold- and silversmith Don Stuart.
Silversmith Dean Westman of Mojave put together several pieces while people watched him work at a table set up in the Antelope Valley Fairgrounds' Poppy Pavilion.