Definitions

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  • noun The work of a goldsmith; the forging of gold.

Etymologies

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gold +‎ smithing

Examples

  • While the main focus of the New Jewelry movement shifted in the 1970s toward the use of non-precious metals and increasingly daring conceptual designs, Ms. Mina preferred to invent freely, within the fundamental disciplines of goldsmithing, experimenting constantly with techniques, but endeavoring to produce something beautiful.

    With a Twist and a Turn

  • Silversmithing or goldsmithing might be other ways for her to apply her artistry in a commercial manner.

    Nancy Ruhling: Astoria Characters: The Indelible Artiste

  • We invite you now to look at the salt-cellar, sole remaining example of the goldsmithing genius of Benvenuto Cellini.

    Cellini's Salt Cellar

  • Silversmithing or goldsmithing might be other ways for her to apply her artistry in a commercial manner.

    Nancy Ruhling: Astoria Characters: The Indelible Artiste

  • Within the society during the 17th century, various individuals developed a trade which was called goldsmithing.

    How did Paper Money come to be?

  • If there's no access to gold, then you don't have goldsmithing or gold jewelry

    Archive 2009-04-01

  • Following his father's death in 1754 and military service during the French and Indian War, Revere took over the family goldsmithing business.

    History of American Women

  • There was also a sophisticated vocabulary for gold and indigenous goldsmithing techniques, as recorded in the 16th-century Tagalog-language dictionary collated by Pedro de San Buenaventura.

    Going for the Gold

  • For more than 700 years, the Goldsmiths 'Company has actively promoted and supported the crafts of goldsmithing, silversmithing and jewellery.

    Archbishop Attends Opening of Goldsmiths' Exhibition

  • The secret Weapon spends hours in The Dungeon, where there is a printing press, a dark room, a painting studio, a wood shop, an area for goldsmithing and electronics... it is an endless maze of wonderment.

    Archive 2006-08-01

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