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Synonyms for handcraft

a work produced by hand labor

make something by hand

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Aura is Motorola's latest endeavour into the high-tier mobile device space and is the result of our continued inspiration to innovate in design, imagination and state-of-the-art handcraftsmanship,' he added.
Velocity Micro has always strived to provide mainstream value with boutique sensibilities: meticulous handcraftsmanship, enthusiast performance, outstanding customer support, and first-to-market launch technology," said Randy Copeland, president and CEO of Velocity Micro.
It specified the handcraftsmanship of the work, the kilometer limit for the free tune-up and the network of official repair shops; but it didn't say a thing about Alexandra.
ROCKWALL, Texas -- A new high-end accessory line that combines handcraftsmanship and natural materials has been unveiled from two veteran home decor executives and partners in db Sources, a direct importer.
The high-tech, plastic presence of the Bloomberg screen sitting on the desk contrasts glaringly with Arbus's handcraftsmanship and use of natural materials, yet both exude senses of power and domination.
In an era when products involved more handcraftsmanship, it was not unusual to wait until all the parts were made and then alter them as necessary to make them fit together.
Warsaw's brick-by-brick postwar reconstruction occupied one out of every six workers in the city and spawned a rebirth of handcraftsmanship.
And yet, the austere simplicity of the spaces, the sensual appeal of the structure, and the complex geometry of the vault match the finest handcraftsmanship in warmth and serenity.
Handcraftsmanship, with all its inefficiencies, customs and traditions, was widely esteemed.
In the wake of the Industrial Revolution, it revived interest in handcraftsmanship in even everyday objects.
The event, which included appearances by Kentucky Governor Steve Beshear and Master Distiller Fred Noe, the great grandson of Jim Beam, underscored Beam's centuries of heritage, handcraftsmanship and importance to the American and global economy.
Along with CNC machinery, mixed with handcraftsmanship, the furniture maker has begun utilizing 3D printing to produce some of its parts, most notably in the Carbon chair.
Combining handcraftsmanship with high technology, the company purchased more routers for the shop and looks to add a Kaeser compressor.
39) Industry also introduced mass-produced, factory-made goods that competed with traditional handcraftsmanship.