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Les verres décorés d’émail, de filets blancs ou « dorés » dans le sud de la France (XVIe siècle) : état de la documentation archéologique et historique

Abstract : Recent studies conducted with regard to the glass-making craft industry in modern times in the South of France have brought new light to certain issues linked to technological know-how, in particular those concerning glasses decorated with enamel, gilt and white trails in the 16th century. The archaeological data are still few and the imbalance with the northern regions is significant. By contrast, the historical documentation has proven plentiful: it provides evidence of both a substantial production and an undeniable know-how on the part of local craftsmen, having no apparent links to the migration of Italian glass-workers. It was therefore essential to study this question in order to display the regional particularities as well as the ambiguities that exist between the historical sources and the reality of the archeological discoveries.
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Catherine Hébrard-Salivas, Isabelle Commandré. Les verres décorés d’émail, de filets blancs ou « dorés » dans le sud de la France (XVIe siècle) : état de la documentation archéologique et historique. Le verre du VIIIe au XVIe siècle en Europe occidentale : 8e colloque international de l’AFAV, Inès Pactat; Claudine Munier, Dec 2016, Besançon, France. pp.131-146, ⟨10.4000/books.pufc.19367⟩. ⟨hal-03161086⟩

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