English version

craftsmanship in Crafts topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcraftsmanshipcrafts‧man‧ship /ˈkrɑːftsmənʃɪp $ ˈkræfts-/ noun [uncountable]  1 GOOD ATvery detailed work that has been done using a lot of skill, so that the result is beautiful The carving is a superb piece of craftsmanship.2 TICGOOD ATthe special skill that someone uses to make something beautiful with their hands high standards of craftsmanship
Examples from the Corpus
craftsmanshipThe design is inspired by Russian folk art and craftsmanship.Hopi baskets are beautiful in both color and craftsmanship.Although so far no one has succeeded in interpreting the Etruscan language we can fully appreciate their sculpture, painting and craftsmanship.He set about making a longbow with his customary craftsmanship.They make jewelry that is famous for its intricate craftsmanship.Fabergé eggs are famous for their intricate craftsmanship.An examination of the results of early Anglo-Saxon craftsmanship point to the effort and organisation involved in procuring the raw materials.Although his verbal craftsmanship deserves high praise, we do wonder about his motivation.These old properties represent an age when craftsmanship in building reached an art form.