Programme Schedule

Thursday, June 7th :
Staatl. Akademie, Altbau, Alte Aula:
9 am to 5 pm Plenary and Poster Sessions
Staatl. Akademie, Neubau, Graben
6 pm to 21 pm: Conference dinner

Friday, June 8th :
Staatl. Akademie, Altbau, Alte Aula:
9 am to 5 pm: Plenary and Poster Sessions
5 pm to 7 pm: Reception of the Institute of Conservation Sciences Stuttgart

Saturday, June 9th :
Landesmuseum Württemberg, Altes Schloss:
10 am to 1 pm: Highlights of the collection, the conservation department, and the Ernesto Wolf glass collection

List of Accepted Contributions:

Angelo Agostino (Torino [I])
Exploiting the power of large statistics: how portable XRF and ancillary techniques can still implement knowledge on Medieval enamels. The Musée de Cluny collection.

Marlène Aubin (Mainz [D]), Matthias Heinzel, Antje Bosselmann-Ruickbie, Susanne Greiff
The Preslav Treasure – Insight into the Byzantine Enamelling Techniques

Françoise Barbe (Paris [F]], Joëlle Le Roux
A Project to Improve an Existing Showcase for Conservation and Presentation of the Limoges Early Painted Enamels in the Louvre

Andrea Cagnini (Florence [I]), Simone Porcinai, Monica Galeotti, Alessandra Santagostino Barbone, Mari Yanagishita
Evaluation of the Interactions of Materials Employed for Consolidation of Enamels and for Protection of Silver in the Restoration of Champlevé Enamels on a Silver Artefact

Gaia Fenoglio (Torino [I]), Stefan Röhrs, Lothar Lambacher, Ina Reiche
Non Invasive Analysis of Medieval émail champlevé: Empowering the Technique to Widen the Statistics

Andrea Fischer (Stuttgart [D]), Gerhard Eggert
Enamel-induced Copper Corrosion: A Review of Research in Stuttgarty

Agnès Gall-Ortlik (Barcelona [E])
History of the ENAMEL Network

Matthias Heinzel (Mainz [D]), Marlene Aubin, Stephan Patscher, Dorothee Kemper
A Rare 12th C. Enamelled Phylacterion from Mainz: a Short Note on its Manufacture

Lena Hönig (Stuttgart [D])
rentrer bredouille – Manufacturing Technique of 30 Enamelled Gaming Pieces

Andrzej Jastrzębiowski (Oswiecim [PL])
Conservation of Enamelled Ware from the Collections of Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum in Oswiecim

Bernard N. Jazzar (Los Angeles [USA]), Harold B. Nelson
Reinventing Tradition - June Schwarcz’s Early Explorations of Basse-taille

Katharina Klein (Erfurt [D])
The Research Project for the New Synthesis of the Enamel Consolidant Based on Ormocer®

Elizabeth La Duc (London [UK]), Katherine Eremin, Susan Costello, Eva Helfenstein
Shades of Grey: Issues in Dating Grisaille Limoges Painted Enamels in the Collection of the Harvard Art Museums

Aude Lafitte (Paris [F]), Agnès Gall-Ortlik, A. Genachte-Le Bail, M-A. Loeper-Attia, B. Quette, Saheb-Djahromi
Conservation of a Chinese Cloisonné Enamel from the Museum des Arts décoratifs of Paris

Ana Paula Machado (Porto [P])
Two Painted Enamel Artefacts in Portuguese Collections

Dana E. Norris (Shrivenham [UK]), Andrew Shortland
The Melfort Ewer

Edit Pelles (Debrecen [H])
Conservation of a Persian Enamelled Hookah

Margaret Read (Nottingham [UK]), Chi Sing Cheung, David Thickett, Capucine Korenberg, Denise Ling, Andrew Meek, Haida Liang
OCT for 3D Imaging of Enamels

Stefan Röhrs (Berlin [D]), Lothar Lambacher, Roald Tagle, Ina Reiche
Comparing the Enamel Powder Preparation of émail champlevé by µ-X-ray Mappings

Rachel C. Sabino (Chicago [USA])
Considering the Suitability of Epoxy Resin as a Fill Material for Enamels: Grounds for Cautious Optimism

Fredric T. Schneider (New York [USA])
Japanese Enamellers’ Use of Precious Metal Foils

Olga Syta (Warsaw [PL]), Luiza Kępa, Anna Mistewicz, Cátia Viegas Wesołowska, Barbara Wagner
In situ study of Limoges painted enamels by portable X-ray fluorescence supported by laser ablation inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry analysis of micro-samples

Veronika Szilágyi (Budapest [H])
Rebirth of the Gundel Centrepiece − Methodological Experiments in the Restoration of Enamelled Metalwork

David Thickett (London [UK])
Preventive Conservation of Limoges Enamels