Origin of woodcarving
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After tea, he went to the shed to his carpentry or his woodcarving.The Rainbow
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He said he had kept his eye on Little, and assured them the man had gone into woodcarving, and was to be seen in the town all day.Put Yourself in His Place
Other forms of folk arts were woodcarving, highly colored embroidery, rug weaving, and icon painting.
Woodcarving, silversmithing, goldsmithing, and other crafts also reached a high level of artistry in medieval Bulgaria.
- the act of carving wood, esp as an art form
- a work of art produced by carving wood
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