Finishers to do the finer part of fitting—details and polishing.
The painters are not quite as fortunate as are their comrades the finishers.
And when the vests had left her shop, they had gone to "finishers."
The whole body of finishers keeps pace with the whole body of operators.
In that same end of the factory sat the four finishers, getting “about twenty dollars a week,” but again no one seemed sure.
The wages averaged seven dollars per week, though the laundry women and finishers seldom exceeded five.
A beautiful dull gloss so much sought by finishers of modern furniture will be the result of carefully following these directions.
First the leather is rolled by machinery until it is pliable enough for the finishers to work on.
“The finishers, or slickers as we call them, cannot put any gloss on unless the leather is perfectly tight,” insisted McCarthy.
Impressions made with the finishers tools on the edges of the book after gilding.