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  • For other uses, see Goldsmith (disambiguation). "Goldwork" redirects here. For the art of embroidery using metal threads, see Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. — “Goldsmith - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”,
  • [edit] Goldsmithery. In April 1626, Totney was bound as an apprentice in London to a fishmonger but was not taught their trade, instead receiving instruction in his master's adopted profession of goldsmith. On receiving his freedom, he married. — “TheaurauJohn Tany - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”,
  • Near Ouriveraria Gomes goldsmithery, suppliers of the Portuguese Royal family. The street, located in PĆ³voa de Varzim City Center, it is the main and the oldest shopping street of the city, with several boutiques, some opened for over 100 years, and small shopping centers. — “Rua da Junqueira - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”,


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