Definition of Silverer
1. one that silvers [n -S] - See also: silvers
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Literary usage of Silverer
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Workshop Receipts by Ernest Spon (1906)
"The silverer now, laying one hand pretty firmly on the glass, takes hold of the ... This circumstance assists the silverer, for each silvered glass acts as ..."
2. The Clinical Journal (1905)
"His occupation is that of a looking-glass silverer. He has come in because of tremor in his ... He got well and went to work again as a glass silverer. ..."
3. Select Historical Documents of the Middle Ages by Ernest Flagg Henderson (1905)
"D. Nay, if it please thee, the office is still to be explained of the knight whom thou dost call the silverer, and also the office of the ..."
4. A Dictionary of Arts, Manufactures, and Mines by Andrew Ure (1858)
"The silverer always works two pieces at once ; so that he may heat the one while burnishing the other. After applying two silver leaves, he must heat up the ..."
5. The Art of Dispensing: A Treatise on the Methods and Processes Involved in edited by Peter MacEwan (1901)
"A covered pot may be used to silver the pills, or even a 2-ounce chip box, but the boxwood silverer represented in the above cut is generally employed. ..."
6. The Law of Operations Preliminary to Construction in Engineering and ...by John Cassan Wait by John Cassan Wait (1900)
"Swartz, 40 Alb. LJ 374 , and e silverer v. Hansen (Cal.), 20 Pac. cases cited. Rep. 136 . 4 Helm v. Wilson (Cal.), 18 Pac. ..."
7. The Encyclopedia of Pure Materia Medica: A Record of the Positive Effects of by Timothy Field Allen (1877)
"Gaz., Apr. 1834; 54, same, another case ; 55, Peyrot, effects on a "silverer," Arch. Gen. de Med., 1834; 56, Ollivier and Roger, effects of vapor of ..."