cabinetwork

noun
cab·i·net·work | \-ˌwərk \

Definition of cabinetwork 

: finished woodwork made by a cabinetmaker

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18th-century cabinetwork from Newport, Rhode Island, is among the most prized of all American furniture

First Known Use of cabinetwork

1732, in the meaning defined above

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