Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • noun Articles made of copper.

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  • noun Articles made from copper.

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  • noun utensils made with copper

Etymologies

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copper +‎ -ware

Examples

  • The Imperial War Museum Replica of James Bond's Aston Martin DB5, made for Prince Andrew in 1966 Some dollhouses would qualify as mansions, and one early 19th-century German doll's kitchen is fitted out with an astonishing array of equipment and copperware.

    Every Girl and Boy Land

  • Each has its own craft: copperware, black pottery, mandolins and guitars, basketry, wooden chests, silver work, stone carvings and so on.

    Pátzcuaro, Michoacán, Mexico

  • Each has its own craft: copperware, black pottery, mandolins and guitars, basketry, wooden chests, silver work, stone carvings and so on.

    Pátzcuaro, Michoacán, Mexico

  • Each has its own craft: copperware, black pottery, mandolins and guitars, basketry, wooden chests, silver work, stone carvings and so on.

    Pátzcuaro, Michoacán, Mexico

  • Each has its own craft: copperware, black pottery, mandolins and guitars, basketry, wooden chests, silver work, stone carvings and so on.

    Pátzcuaro, Michoacán, Mexico

  • All of these products from the copperware to the small half round of white cheese to the square layered sweet on the dish with the cookies can be found in any Mexican market place today.

    A feast for the eye: A painterly view of Mexican food

  • All of these products from the copperware to the small half round of white cheese to the square layered sweet on the dish with the cookies can be found in any Mexican market place today.

    A feast for the eye: A painterly view of Mexican food

  • Owning a few pieces of copperware says something about you like no other piece of equipment does.

    At My Table

  • These days there are stainless steel lined pans which are less stressful to use, but if you have tin lined, leave them hanging from butcher hooks on a kitchen display rack, that way you will also never have to keep polishing the copper after each use, but then again, if you can afford copperware, you probably have servants.

    At My Table

  • These days there are stainless steel lined pans which are less stressful to use, but if you have tin lined, leave them hanging from butcher hooks on a kitchen display rack, that way you will also never have to keep polishing the copper after each use, but then again, if you can afford copperware, you probably have servants.

    Archive 2007-03-01

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