Networks of artisanal production made relevant to modern markets
1 CRAFT WITH
Once in a city faraway in the desert, all was not well in the market. The craftsmen who made all the lamps and pots and rugs and cloths and jewellery found that local people were buying there less and less. Perhaps they preferred plastic and metal foreign goods, like they saw in the American films? The market stalls made the goods cheaper. They even started making copies of the imported goods. But this just seemed to make things worse. And as the craftsmen ...