The Daily Pic: silversmith Sakurako Shimizu makes ornament from exclamations.
After the close of the war, he resumed his business of a goldsmith and silversmith in 1783.
Such an array as might dazzle the eyes of any silversmith of moderate ambition.
One becomes a carpenter; another, a silversmith; and the third, a thief.
She sold the Gesu—ay, she sold the Gesu to a silversmith down in the town.
A silversmith, in one of Napoleon's hours of need, sold him a dressing-case upon credit.
The common carbonate of soda is also a cheap and useful flux to the silversmith.
The silversmith had no children, and as the months rolled on he grew more and more fond of John.
And he must have been right, for he had worked with a silversmith and had helped make alloys.
The potter, the calico-printer, and the silversmith must equally study uniformity of pattern in their several manufactures.