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The crumbling statue of a goldsmith and his wife greeted visitors who recently peered inside a 3,500-year-old tomb near Luxor, Egypt, for the first time.
The medieval walls of 2 Vicolo Marzio, once a convent, now enclose the workshops of more than 20 orafi and incassatore—traditional Florentine goldsmiths and engravers.
The Virginia native founded her company in Florence, Italy in 1986 with some of the world’s finest goldsmiths.
Making these tiny worlds within a ring involves a tribe of artisans: sculptors, goldsmiths, engravers, and miniature painters.
When the crown arrived, the king, suspicious the goldsmith had substituted silver for some of the gold and kept it for himself, asked Archimedes to determine if the crown was pure gold without harming it.
Farringdon station is a nod to the blacksmiths and goldsmiths that once dominated the area.
This piece was made by Paul de Lamerie, the leading silversmith in 18th- century England, appointed as goldsmith to the king in 1716.
Most of the city’s Armenian population, known for its goldsmiths, has fled to Europe or Canada.
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First Known Use of goldsmith
before 12th century
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