|maker of pewter articles||pewterer|
|accessories and outward signs, decorations, ornaments, adornments; typical articles, characteristic signs, ornamental harness for a horse||trappings|
|adapt something, clothes maker, make clothes for particular need, one who makes or alters garments, work as a tailor; make or alter a garment; create or adapt for a particular need or desire, work as tailor||tailor|
|agitator, burning stick, burning stick; instigator, trouble maker; energetic and lively person (Slang)||firebrand|
|alloy made from tin with smaller amounts of lead copper or brass, dark grayish color, of dark dull gray color, pewter objects collectively, tin and lead alloy||pewter|
|amuse oneself, toy, play, waste time, idle, make sport of, cold dessert, matter or object of small value or importance; small amount of something; artistic work of no lasting significance; type of pewter; dessert made from sponge cake layered with whip...||trifle|
|Antonio Stradivari (1644-1737,also called Antonius Stradivarius), Italian violin maker famous for the design of stringed instruments that he perfected together with his sons, maker of Stradivarius stringed instruments||Stradivari|
|archer, maker or seller of bows||bowyer|
|arrow maker, person who makes bows and arrows||fletcher|
|article used in grooming, grooming articles||toiletry|
|articles and utensils made of tin plate, utensils of tin plate||tinware|
|articles made from metal, utensils and tools made from metal||metalware|
|articles made of bone china, fine white porcelain||bone china|
|articles made of china||china|
|articles made of rattan, species of palm tree with tough stems that are used for wickerwork, stems used for furniture, tropical Asian climbing palm||rattan|
|articles that have been darned or need to be darned; act of mending with crisscrossing stitches, clothing in need of mending, mending holes in clothes||darning|
|articles to be mended||mending|
|articles woven or embroidered on frame, context, frame; support, skeleton; structure; system, system of interconnecting bars, underlying set of ideas||framework|
|artist who creates drawings for animated cartoons, maker of animated movies, somebody or something adding liveliness||animator|
|Asian bird with metallic call, copper-worker, somebody who makes copper articles||coppersmith|
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