cabinetmaker

IPA: kˈæbnʌtmeɪkɝ

noun

  • A skilled woodworker who makes high-quality wooden cabinets and furniture.

Examples of "cabinetmaker" in Sentences

  • Roentgen was not a great cabinetmaker.
  • He apprenticed as a carpenter and cabinetmaker.
  • He is presumed to have trained as a cabinetmaker.
  • Her father worked as a carpenter and cabinetmaker.
  • For a couple of years, he worked with a cabinetmaker.
  • He completed his apprenticeship as cabinetmaker in 1942.
  • He was in business as a cabinetmaker in Liverpool in 1804.
  • Eisenheim was born the son of a cabinetmaker in Austria Hungary.
  • She is the daughter of a cabinetmaker father and a receptionist mother.
  • He was a cabinetmaker with a particular expertise in the art of marquetry.
  • Best [cabinetmaker and sometime special constable], J.W. Bell [auctioneer].
  • A year after my trip, I needed a cabinetmaker in my small town in Massachusetts.
  • There's the mahogany buffet that her father, a cabinetmaker, designed in the 1940s.
  • In 1960, while working for a cabinetmaker, Mr. di Suvero delivered sheets of wood to a building.
  • The vases are now on view as part of the Museum's exhibition of New York cabinetmaker Duncan Phyfe's work.
  • The gallery show includes works by the 19th-century Scottish immigrant and cabinetmaker to the rich and famous, as well as those by his contemporaries, and numerous additional decorative works of his time.
  • Other rooms also offer their treasures, including a highly decorative, gold-gilt and black cabinet from the last quarter of the 18th century, made with tortoiseshell, brass and ebony marquetry, and stamped by famed cabinetmaker Joseph Baumhauer.

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