Definition of Silversmiths

1. Noun. (plural of silversmith) ¹

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Definition of Silversmiths

1. silversmith [n] - See also: silversmith

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Silversmiths

silverplate
silverplated
silverpoint
silverpoints
silverrod
silvers
silverside
silversides
silverskin
silverskin onion
silverskins
silversmith
silversmithies
silversmithing
silversmithings
silversmiths (current term)
silversmithy
silverspot
silverspots
silversword
silverswords
silvertip
silvertone
silvertop palmetto
silvervine
silverware
silverwares
silverweed
silverweeds
silverwork

Literary usage of Silversmiths

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1. Encyclopaedia Britannica: A Standard Work of Reference in Art, Literature (1907)
"In the first half of the 17th century the technical skill of the German silversmiths reached its highest point of perfection, but there was some falling off ..."

2. Workers of the Nation: An Encyclopedia of the Occupations of the American by Gilson Willets (1903)
"The house received appointments, by royal letters, as jewelers, goldsmiths, and silversmiths to every court in Europe and Asia, and to the Emperor of Brazil ..."

3. Two Centuries of Soho: Its Institutions, Firms, and Amusements by John Henry Cardwell (1898)
"It was thus that Soho became as important a centre of the silversmiths' industry as ... When one looks at the list of foreign and English silversmiths ..."

4. The American Antiquarian and Oriental Journal by Stephen Denison Peet (1884)
"Navajo silversmiths, by Dr. WASHINGTON ... USA Dr. Mathews has described the method of work common among the native silversmiths of the west. ..."

5. Wages and Earnings of the Working Classes: Report to Sir Arthur Bass, M.P. by Leone Levi (1885)
"At our silver manufactory in Harrison-street the workmen are divided into four classes— —casters, silversmiths, chasers, and polishers. ..."

6. Travels in the United States, Etc.: During 1849 and 1850 by Emmeline Stuart-Wortley (1851)
"The Great Plaza—The Cathedral of Lima—The Streets of that City—The silversmiths—The Bells of Lima—Charitable Institutions—Churches and Convents—Handsome ..."

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