from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. The body of activities, skills, techniques, knowledge, and expertise pertinent to (a) particular craft(s).
And then, most importantly, all of this exceptional craftspersonship would be for naught if the performers didn't entice us to care about these characters.
Six hours was not enough time to relish all of the beautiful craftspersonship on dispaly.
Pops' latest heuristic is Tocquville, whom I haven't read in a million years, but who apparently blames the lack of appreciation for craftspersonship on democracy.
Second, I don't think an aristocracy is a necessary condition for the appreciation and expression of craftspersonship, in part because I don't think craft is necessarily exorbitantly expensive.
The drinking games guide was a big hit–so woot for that, and for Kristin’s medieval craftspersonship with the hard copy of the guides.