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A blacksmith is an artisan specializing in the hand-wrought manufacture of ferrous (iron) metal objects.
Blacksmith may also refer to:
- Henkka "Blacksmith" Seppälä, a bassist with the Finnish metal band Children of Bodom
- Blacksmiths, New South Wales, a suburb of Lake Macquarie in New South Wales, Australia
- Blacksmith Creek, a river in Kansas, United States
- Blacksmith Run, a stream in Pennsylvania
- Blacksmith Institute
- Blacksmith Records, a record label founded by New York rapper Talib Kweli
- Worshipful Company of Blacksmiths, one of the Livery Companies of the City of London, England
- Blacksmith (comics), a DC Comics character and villain of the Flash
- "Blacksmith" (song), an English folk song
- Black Smith (album), a 1974 album by Jimmy Smith
- Blacksmith Scene, an 1893 Kinetoscope film shot in Thomas Edison's Black Maria studio
- Les Forgerons or The Blacksmiths, an 1895 French film directed by Louis Lumière
- The Blacksmith, a 1922 film starring Buster Keaton
- Black' Smith, a South Korean restaurant chain
- Blacksmith (fish), a fish native to the eastern Pacific Ocean
- Blacksmith (truck), a monster truck that used to run on the Monster Jam circuit
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