The workmanship of the materials also sometimes felt a little Japanese.
Furthermore, their workmanship is poor, so that they possess little artistic merit.
There was nothing new in his Rocket, except his own workmanship.
How often have we worn unbecoming hats, poor in workmanship, besides paying some one handsomely for the privilege.
The entire erection was his workmanship, from foundation to ridge.
Beowulf's coat of mail had belonged to his grandfather, and was believed to be the workmanship of Weland.
The image itself was very crude of workmanship and singularly ghastly.
The material and workmanship of a saddle should be of the best quality, and the less stitching and ornamentation the better.
So fine is the chipping that to see the workmanship a magnifying glass is necessary.
It was a marvel of workmanship, and its stock and lock were beautifully engraved.