Session: Economies of Quality’ and the ‘Material Renaissance’. Comparative perspectives on material culture changes in late medieval and sixteenth-century Europe.

Putting furniture together. The changing material culture of the domestic interior in Bruges and Oudenaarde during the ‘long’ sixteenth century


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Session: Economies of Quality' and the 'Material Renaissance'. Comparative perspectives on material culture changes in late medieval and sixteenth-century Europe.
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Dinner is served. The material culture of the kitchen in sixteenth-century Oudenaarde


The upholder in the consumer culture of fifteenth- and sixteenth-century england


A centre of consumption? Later Medieval Dijon: The inventory of Jehan Aubert


New luxuries in 16th-century York


The ‘material renaissance’ and the middling sort: domestic goods and the practices of everyday life in provincial English urban houses


Fur in dress in the Low Countries between 1450-1650


Between change and persistence. Material culture and consumerism in sixteenth-century Frankfurt on the Main