a person whose occupation is making and repairing articles of silver.
- sil·ver·smith·ing, noun
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How to use silversmith in a sentence
The Daily Pic: silversmith Sakurako Shimizu makes ornament from exclamations.
From thence with Mr. Cooke that made them, and Mr. Stephens the silversmith to the tavern, and did give them a pint of wine.Diary of Samuel Pepys, Complete | Samuel Pepys
In the house of the silversmith, where Placido Penitente boarded, the events were commented upon and discussed with some freedom.The Reign of Greed | Jose Rizal
The silversmith was attacked by another fit of coughing so severe that he finally asked all to retire.The Reign of Greed | Jose Rizal
The count also had dealings with the silversmith; for in the quartier Juif all classes meet and jostle each other.
He was an armourer, a silversmith and a worker in fine metals beyond compare.Italian Highways and Byways from a Motor Car | Francis Miltoun
British Dictionary definitions for silversmith
a craftsman who makes or repairs articles of silver
- silversmithing, noun
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