- the work, craft, or workshop of a smith.
Origin of smithery
Examples from the Web for smithery
Historical Examples of smithery
He took to tinkering and smithery, because no better employments were at his command.The Romany Rye
With its own corn-mill, saw-mill, and smithery, each plantation is almost independent of the neighborhood around it.Camp-Fire and Cotton-Field
Thomas W. Knox
In 1955 archeologists discovered the site of an early seventeenth century forge or smithery near historic Jamestown church.
Blacksmith, in debt something like £15 for smithery coal, comes from his forge at the side of the house to meet him.
I must have half of that £15 this month, or not another ounce of smithery coal do you get out of me.
- the trade or craft of a blacksmith
- a rare word for smithy