handmade

[hand-meyd]
adjective
made by hand, rather than by machine: the luxury of handmade shoes.

Origin:
1605–15; hand + made

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handmade (ˌhændˈmeɪd)
 
adj
made by hand, not by machine, esp with care or craftsmanship

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Example sentences
There is a deli as you walk in where you can buy prepared foods, sandwiches,
  handmade pasta by the pound and a variety of sauces.
It is a handmade one-of-a-kind thing, perhaps with a crafty tinge to it.
Handmade products crafted in small-town shops gave way to urban factories and
  mechanized production.
In addition, a piece of a whitewashed, handmade object was found.
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