Cordwainer

• (n.) A worker in cordwain, or cordovan leather; a shoemaker.
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Cordwainer

[ward] Cordwainer is a small, almost rectangular-shaped ward in the City of London. It is named after the cordwainers, the professional shoemakers who historically lived and worked in this particular area of London; there is a Livery Company for the trade — the Worshipful Company of Cordwainers. The ward is sometimes referred to as the `C...
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Cordwainer

Cord'wain·er noun [ Middle English cordwaner , cordiner , from Old French cordoanier , cordouanier , French cordonnier .] A worker in cordwain, or cordovan leather; a shoemaker. [ Archaic.]
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cordwainer

shoemaker
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Cordwainer

The term cordwainer originally applied to a leather worker, particularly someone who worked with a particularly fine, soft, pliable leather made from goatskin known as cordwain which was used for making shoes in the Spanish town of Cordoba. Later, the term came to mean a shoemaker, though properly a shoemaker who made shoes from cordwain.
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Cordwainer

The very first trade guild started in the year 1087.
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