silversmithing love


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  • n. The work of a silversmith; the forging of silver.


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silver +‎ smithing


  • She went to art college for a term to study fashion and silversmithing.

    The Saturday interview: Vivienne Westwood

  • Having studied silversmithing and embroidery at Hornsey there was no jewelry course in 1957, Ms. Mina was offered a place in 1962 at the Royal College of Art so long as she studied jewelry.

    With a Twist and a Turn

  • "THE SILVER SPEAKS: STORIES IN WEARABLE ART" An exhibition of work by Blair Anderson that uses silversmithing to depict personal and political issues.

    Montgomery County, Md., Going Out Guide, July 1-7

  • He only hoped that it would end with him, that perhaps his own son might choose to return to silversmithing, rather than follow the family heritage of making maps for pirates and madmen.

    The Dragon’s Apprentice

  • This woman has CLEARLY taken a few too many dips in her silversmithing chemicals:

    Regretsy – Don’t Be Shellfish

  • Paul was educated at the North Writing School and learned the art of gold and silversmithing from his father.

    History of American Women

  • 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

  • Desire – an innovative and exciting silversmithing and mixed-media jewellery show, returns once again to the Queen Charlotte Hall, Richmond Upon Thames from 1-2 March 2008 and this year features free lectures by many of the exhibitors.

    Archive 2008-02-01

  • Somewhat of an ideal Distributist, he was considered an authority on such varied arts as silversmithing – which he learned from fellow Ditchling resident craftsman Dunstan Prudan – beekeeping, farming, and distilling.

    A Miscellany of Distributists

  • As founder members of the Association of British Designer Silversmiths, Pruden and Smith were among 50 silversmiths presented with a bowl or a glass, and a quantity of silver, and asked to apply their imaginations and silversmithing skills to create a unique piece on the theme of eat and drink.

    Archive 2008-05-01


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