The state or quality associated with being an artisan(noun)
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Use "artisanship" in a sentence
"During New York City's recent Fashion Week, LVMH, which owns Louis Vuitton — a 156-year-old company best known for its stodgy suitcases, which are selling briskly even as newer offerings like watches suffer — held an event called "The Art of Craftsmanship," to educate young hip designers on the importance of old-fashioned values such as artisanship and the mastery of traditional skills."
"With all due respect to that old Johnson, it's a perfect example of a post-war American manufacturing industry that emphasized efficiency and speed over hand-crafted, high-priced artisanship."
"I once loved you, and was troubled to see that thing go viral, especially with the groom what's his name again? drawn as one of Wagner's rapacious little Nibelungen, though you have to admire the artisanship, and the groom's lavish death by intestinal extrusion, which took years of study."