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Om gul fajans, flintgods och lysterglasyrer. En jämförande studie av tillverkningar mellan flytande gränser i Höganäs, Rønne och Næstved under 1800-talet

Weimarck, Ann-Charlotte LU (2010) In Flytande gränser. Dansk-svenska kulturella förbindelser efter 1658 p.172-191
Abstract
Yellow Faience, Flintware and Lustreware

In the 19th century, contacts between potteries around the Baltic Sea and the Sound were essential and frequent, but they remain almost entirely unrecorded. New styles, materials and glazes were shared among manufacturers in a variety of ways, mostly informally, directly and from person to person, or indirectly through exhibitions or in the form of illustrations, for example in price lists. The article discusses and compares pottery manufactured in the county of Scania in Sweden and on the Danish islands of Bornholm and Sjrelland, where various types of contact were clearly made. I look at issues concerning 19th century design trends and discuss established and potential communication... (More)
Yellow Faience, Flintware and Lustreware

In the 19th century, contacts between potteries around the Baltic Sea and the Sound were essential and frequent, but they remain almost entirely unrecorded. New styles, materials and glazes were shared among manufacturers in a variety of ways, mostly informally, directly and from person to person, or indirectly through exhibitions or in the form of illustrations, for example in price lists. The article discusses and compares pottery manufactured in the county of Scania in Sweden and on the Danish islands of Bornholm and Sjrelland, where various types of contact were clearly made. I look at issues concerning 19th century design trends and discuss established and potential communication routes that existed, or can reasonably be assumed to have existed, among the potteries. (Less)
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Höganäs, Cream coloured eartheware, fayence, Rønne, lustre glaze, Næstved
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Flytande gränser. Dansk-svenska kulturella förbindelser efter 1658
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Palm, Anders and Sanders, Hanne
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172 - 191
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Gyllenstiernska Krapperupsstiftelsen
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9789170610783
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Swedish
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In the 19th century, contacts between potteries around the Baltic Sea and the Sound were essential and frequent, but they remain almost entirely unrecorded. New styles, materials and glazes were shared among manufacturers in a variety of ways, mostly informally, directly and from person to person, or indirectly through exhibitions or in the form of illustrations, for example in price lists. The article discusses and compares pottery manufactured in the county of Scania in Sweden and on the Danish islands of Bornholm and Sjrelland, where various types of contact were clearly made. I look at issues concerning 19th century design trends and discuss established and potential communication routes that existed, or can reasonably be assumed to have existed, among the potteries.},
  author       = {Weimarck, Ann-Charlotte},
  editor       = {Palm, Anders and Sanders, Hanne},
  isbn         = {9789170610783},
  keyword      = {Höganäs,Cream coloured eartheware,fayence,Rønne,lustre glaze,Næstved},
  language     = {swe},
  pages        = {172--191},
  publisher    = {Gyllenstiernska Krapperupsstiftelsen},
  series       = {Flytande gränser. Dansk-svenska kulturella förbindelser efter 1658},
  title        = {Om gul fajans, flintgods och lysterglasyrer. En jämförande studie av tillverkningar mellan flytande gränser i Höganäs, Rønne och Næstved under 1800-talet},
  year         = {2010},
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