From King Dictionary of Contemporary English craftsmanship crafts‧man‧ship / ˈkrɑːftsmənʃɪp $ ˈkræfts- / noun [uncountable ] 1 GOOD AT very detailed work that has been done using a lot of skill, so that the result is beautiful The carving is a superb piece of craftsmanship. 2 TIC GOOD AT the special skill that someone uses to make something beautiful with their hands high standards of craftsmanship Examples from the Corpus craftsmanship • The design is inspired by Russian folk art and craftsmanship. • Hopi baskets are beautiful in both color and craftsmanship. • Although so far no one has succeeded in interpreting the Etruscan language we can fully appreciate their sculpture, painting and craftsmanship. • He set about making a longbow with his customary craftsmanship. • They make jewelry that is famous for its intricate craftsmanship. • Fabergé eggs are famous for their intricate craftsmanship. • An examination of the results of early Anglo-Saxon craftsmanship point to the effort and organisation involved in procuring the raw materials. • Although his verbal craftsmanship deserves high praise, we do wonder about his motivation. • These old properties represent an age when craftsmanship in building reached an art form. From King Business Dictionary craftsmanship crafts‧man‧ship / ˈkrɑːftsmənʃɪpˈkræfts- / noun [uncountable ] 1 the special skill someone uses to make something beautiful with their hands They make world-class cars with craftsmanship. 2 the quality that something has when it is made with a lot of skill or made by a craftsman or craftswoman The attention to detail seen in this furniture is evidence of the superb craftsmanship.