Definition of artisanship in English:

artisanship

Line breaks: ar¦ti¦san|ship
Pronunciation: /ˈɑːtɪzənʃɪp
 
, ɑːtɪˈzanʃɪp
 
/

noun

[mass noun]
Skill in a particular craft: pieces of jewellery which testify to the high artisanship of these ancient people a heritage of exquisite artisanship
More example sentences
  • I was particularly taken with a piece that was made to represent the "Golden Fleece" and with other pieces of jewelry which testify to the high artisanship of these ancient people.
  • The game's makers are to be complimented for the artisanship that went into making it.
  • That makes me think more about the nature of artisanship - particularly that the creators of the house and garden built something that wouldn't even start to look its best until decades after they had died.

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