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ECR magazine aims to publicise the scientific work developed in the area of the conservation and restoration of cultural assets. This publication wishes to act as a platform for investigators, and covers not only those who work for the Portuguese Catholic University and the Investigation Centre of the School of the Arts (CITAR) but also specialists in other national and international centres.

[Studies on the History of Ceramics] Carlos da Silva Lopes published every week a chronicle in the newspaper "O Primeiro de Janeiro" with studies on various themes of art. Here are grouped his studies under the motto of ceramics. These short studies are of great interest to the history of ceramics in Portugal and elsewhere, both porcelain and faience.

[Studies on the History of Jewelery] Carlos da Silva Lopes published every week a chronicle in the newspaper "O Primeiro de Janeiro" with studies on various themes of art. Here are grouped his studies under the motto of jewelery. These short studies are of great interest to the history of jewelery in Portugal, both of silverware and gold jewelery.

[Studies on the History of Painting and Sculpture] Carlos da Silva Lopes published every week a chronicle in the newspaper "O Primeiro de Janeiro" about studies on art from various themes. Here are grouped together his studies on painting and sculpture. These short studies are of great interest to the history of these arts in Portugal and Europe.

[Studies on the History of Furniture] Carlos da Silva Lopes published every week a chronicle in the newspaper "O Primeiro de Janeiro" with studies on various themes of art. Here are grouped his studies under the motto of furniture. These short studies are of great interest to the history of furniture in Portugal.

[Sources for the Decorative Arts in Azores] This collection results of the research project "Decorative Arts in the Azores", which was initiated in 2012 and carried out by CITAR - Research Centre for Science and Technology of the Arts, from the School of Arts / Catholic University of Portugal.

[Sources for the Decorative Arts in Azores] This collection results of the research project "Decorative Arts in the Azores", which was initiated in 2012 and carried out by CITAR - Research Centre for Science and Technology of the Arts, from the School of Arts / Catholic University of Portugal.

[Sources for the Decorative Arts in Azores] This collection results of the research project "Decorative Arts in the Azores", which was initiated in 2012 and carried out by CITAR - Research Centre for Science and Technology of the Arts, from the School of Arts / Catholic University of Portugal.

[Sources for the Decorative Arts in Azores] This collection results of the research project "Decorative Arts in the Azores", which was initiated in 2012 and carried out by CITAR - Research Centre for Science and Technology of the Arts, from the School of Arts / Catholic University of Portugal.

The Glossário do Uso do Ouro no Norte de Portugal comprises an extended list of the typologies that constitute the panoply of popular gold. These indications include a description of each piece and further information taken from the critical fortune, illustrated with photographs of each object, to provide as complete a view as possible of each item, its characteristics and its use. The workshop, instruments and techniques used to manufacture these objects are all considered, as well as the methods of sale used by travelling salesmen, market vendors and goldsmiths’ establishments.

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