metalsmith

noun
met·al·smith | \-ˌsmith \

Definition of metalsmith 

: a person skilled in metalworking

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Meet Jessi Lewis, the metalsmith behind our new favorite line Just south of Missoula, Montana, a little house stands against a backdrop of the Bitterroot Mountains. Leslie Hittmeier, Outside Online, "Ruby and Revolver Makes Mountain-Inspired Jewelry," 11 June 2018 Juarez works alongside a crew of three, including Herbert Patricio, a metalsmith/designer from Curitiba, Brazil. Cassie Owens, Philly.com, "Philadelphia Latinos connect with Caribbean roots through ornate porch gates," 5 July 2018 The event featuring potters, metalsmiths and glassblowers has been officially renamed ART OF FIRE, CLAY– GLASS – METAL, and more emphasis is being put on live demonstrations. Greg Crawford, Detroit Free Press, "Plan your weekend: Art of Fire in Royal Oak, Motor City Pride, Cars R Stars in Shelby Twp.," 6 June 2018 As a metalsmith and jewelry designer, I was given the task to produce pieces (mainly involving metal decorations for his shoes, zipper pulls, etc.) based on drawings and specific directions from Stacia Lang [Prince’s head designer]. Fortune, "Prince's Purple-Sequined Jumpsuit Among Items Set for Auction," 17 May 2018 When the restaurant opened in December 2009, Taylor had a metalsmith create a background to fasten the items to and started compiling the creation. Hannah Kirby, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, "Taylor’s People's Park: Gourmet fast food, people with personality and a skulk of Foxes," 25 Apr. 2018 Even the pressure of commissioning a bespoke ring [from the metalsmith who makes the jewelry for Olivia’s company, Olivia Kane] didn’t stress him. John Dolan, Harper's BAZAAR, "BAZAAR.com's Olivia Fleming Married Matt Rubin in the Ultimate Barn Wedding," 25 Apr. 2018 For example, the iron coat tree in the bedroom was crafted by Oakland metalsmith Shawn Lovell and the colorful rug is from Peace Industry, a San Francisco company that makes Turkish-modern area rugs entirely from lamb’s wool. Clara Hogan, San Francisco Chronicle, "Piece by piece, an apartment transforms into a home in Rockridge," 13 Mar. 2018 World meets and national meets are very common for metalsmiths, and the trade is thriving, Weiss said. Lindsey Carnett, San Antonio Express-News, "This is S.A.: This is S.A.: Keeping the fire alive," 16 Feb. 2018

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14th century, in the meaning defined above

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