Volume VI (2016): Céramiques sans Frontières: The Transfer of Ceramic Designs and Technologies across Europe Papers given at a French Porcelain Society symposium held on 19 and 20 June 2015 Edited by Diana Davis, Oliver Fairclough and John Whitehead

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The Transfer of the Istoriato Maiolica Tradition from Italy to France
Camille Leprince and Justin Raccanello

Technology Transfer to and from Sèvres
Tamara Préaud

The Travels of Tschirnhaus and the Re-invention of Hard-Paste Porcelain in Europe
J.V.G. Mallet

The Porcelain-Cabinet of Luise Dorothea Saxe-Gotha-Altenburg (1710-68)
Martin Eberle

Boundless Rivalry: Meissen’s Counteroffensive after the Seven Years’ War
Julia Weber

Wedgwoodarbeit – The Influence of Wedgwood’s Jasperware on the German Manufactories, Königliche Porzellan-Manufaktur (KPM) and Meissen, 1770-1850
Rebecca Klarner

The French Influence on Nymphenburg Porcelain in the Early Nineteenth Century
Alfred Ziffer

Un voyage à Paris de Bartolomeo Ginori au mois d’août 1771
Antoine d’Albis

Copying, Reworking and Inventing the Sculpture Models at the Ginori Factory in the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries
Rita Balleri

The Royal Porcelain Factory of Vinovo: Artists and Sources
Monica Ferrero and Cristina Maritano

Les porcelains de Naples au temps de Caroline Murat
Angela Caròla-Perrotti

Spanish Porcelain in its International Context
Maria Antonia Casanovas


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