This is the fourth event part of the 'Global Commodities' AHRC Network.
Research Department, Victoria and Albert Museum, London
Thursday 11 and Friday 12 October 2012
Thursday 11 October 2012
13.00-14.00 Lunch and registration
14.00-15.30 Gallery in Progress: Lesley Miller, Liz Miller and Hilary Young (V&A) on The New Europe 1600-1800 Galleries
16.00-17.00 In the Storeroom: Rosemary Crill (V&A) on Cotton Textiles for World Markets
Friday 12 October 2012
10.30-12.00 Session 1. Production and Trade For Global Markets
Chair: Suraya Faroqhi (Bilgi University, Istanbul)
Luca Molà (European University Institute) "Venetian Objects and the Global Market in the Renaissance"
Luisa Mengoni (V&A) “From porcelain to Copper: Chinese Painted Enamels for Global Markets”
13.00-14.30 Session 2. Artisanal Skills and South Asian Production for Global Markets
Chair: Giorgio Riello (Warwick)
Glenn Adamson (V&A), “Inscribing the Global Artisan, 1750-1850”
Maxine Berg (Warwick), “Producing for Global Markets: Craftspeople of Gujarat and Kachchh in the 18th and 21st Century”
15.00-16.30 Session 3. Shaping Materials, Objects and Markets: Iron and Copper
Chair: Marta Ajmar (V&A)
Nuala Zahedieh (University of Edinburgh) “Equipping Factories in the Sugar Fields: A New Market for Copper and a Demand for Inventive Activity”
Göran Rydén (Uppsala University), “Making for Diversity. The Swedish Iron Trade in the Eighteenth Century”
16.30-17.30 Adam Bowett (V&A), “British Commercial Policy and the Trade in Exotic Furniture Woods, 1650-1850”
17.30-18.00 Final Discussion. Chair: Anne Gerritsen
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Ready-made clothes ship, c. 1825 Guangzhou, China Gouache on paper Gift of Mr. and Mrs. B. Rionda Braga, 1977 E80607.15. Peabody Essex Museum 2007 Photo Jeffrey R. Dykes.
Lanthorns, c. 1825 Guangzhou, China Gouache on paper Gift of Mr. & Mrs. B. Rionda Braga, 1977 E80607.32. Peabody Essex Museum 2007 Photo Jeffrey R. Dykes.
Packing the Porcelain; c. 1825; Guangzhou; China; Gouache on paper; Museum purchase 1983; E81592.22 Porcelain Manufacture Series. Peabody Essex Museum 2007 Photo Jeffrey R. Dykes.