Porcelain and Chocolate: The "Globalisation" of Taste - lectures
As "chocolate shops" multiplied alongside coffee shops in 18th century Europe, Chinese porcelain began to flood the European market. Much prized, much imitated and avidly collected, it was certainly used also to drink hot chocolate. Is it appropriate to label it the globalisation of taste, or was it simply a fashion for the wealthy few?
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