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Dopo aver premiato il famoso cantante rock-pop e ambasciatore coreano Kim Jang-Hoon e Carolina Kostner, campionessa olimpionica di pattinaggio sul ghiaccio, la bellissima Aquila che si è lanciata in volo domenica dal campanile di Piazza San Marco sulla folla applaudente, è stata la volta mercoledì scorso della Maschera da Volto più Bella del Carnevale.

 

A vincere la finalissima, sul palco del Gran Teatro di Piazza San Marco, della Maschera da Volto più Bella e a ricevere la preziosa targa in vetro di Murano decorata, raffigurante il Carnevale contrassegnata dal marchio Vetro Artistico® Murano, è stata la maschera “Principessa per un giorno” realizzata da Enzo Sindoca.

Secondo posto per la maschera “Fiori di Ghiaccio” di Nicola Gasparini, terzo per l’allegorica “La Grana come allucinazione collettiva” dell’iraniano Ahmad Jafari che hanno ricevuto rispettivamente una bauta nera in foglia argento ed una maschera in vetro fusione multicolore.

Doni preziosi ed “originali” quelli del Consorzio, frutto di una tradizione millenaria che lotta quotidianamente contro la contraffazione e contro il falso Murano.

“Il bello di Venezia – come sottolineato dal servizio del TG3 di Luca Colombo – di una Venezia che merita rispetto anche per chi ci lavora, che smaschera le contraddizioni e che soccombe per tradimento, falsificata e svenduta ad un sostegno insostenibile”.

 

 

 

 

After the prizes given to the Korean Rock-Pop singer and cultural ambassador Kim Jang-Hoon, and to the beautiful “eagle” who has flown from the top of St. Mark bell tower, the Olympic champion Carolina Kostner, also the most beautiful face masks of Carnival 2014 have received beautiful Murano glass prizes.

 

The mask entitled Principessa per un giorno, realised by Enzo Sindoca was elected as first placed, and received a gorgeous Murano glass plaque, representing carnival, characterised by the Vetro Artistico® Murano trademark.

 

The second placed one was Fiori di Ghiaccio, by Nicola Gasparini and the third placed one was La Grana come allucinazione collettiva by the Iranian artist Ahmad Jafari. The respectively received a precious black and silver leaf “bauta” and a colourful murano glass fusing technique mask, also with the Vetro Artistico® Murano trademark.

 

All these gifts are the products of a millennial tradition, the very same one Consorzio Promovetro Murano is trying to protect against the problems of falsification.

 

As Luca Colombo said in his TG3 piece “it represents a Venice, which still deserve respect for its workers, and which suffers for betrayals, and forgery.


 

 

 

 

After the prizes given to the Korean Rock-Pop singer and cultural ambassador Kim Jang-Hoon, and to the beautiful “eagle” who has flown from the top of St. Mark bell tower, the Olympic champion Carolina Kostner, also the most beautiful face masks of Carnival 2014 have received beautiful Murano glass prizes.

 

The mask entitled Principessa per un giorno, realised by Enzo Sindoca was elected as first placed, and received a gorgeous Murano glass plaque, representing carnival, characterised by the Vetro Artistico® Murano trademark.

 

The second placed one was Fiori di Ghiaccio, by Nicola Gasparini and the third placed one was La Grana come allucinazione collettiva by the Iranian artist Ahmad Jafari. The respectively received a precious black and silver leaf “bauta” and a colourful murano glass fusing technique mask, also with the Vetro Artistico® Murano trademark.

 

All these gifts are the products of a millennial tradition, the very same one Consorzio Promovetro Murano is trying to protect against the problems of falsification.

 

As Luca Colombo said in his TG3 piece “it represents a Venice, which still deserve respect for its workers, and which suffers for betrayals, and forgery.


 

 

 

 

After the prizes given to the Korean Rock-Pop singer and cultural ambassador Kim Jang-Hoon, and to the beautiful “eagle” who has flown from the top of St. Mark bell tower, the Olympic champion Carolina Kostner, also the most beautiful face masks of Carnival 2014 have received beautiful Murano glass prizes.

 

The mask entitled Principessa per un giorno, realised by Enzo Sindoca was elected as first placed, and received a gorgeous Murano glass plaque, representing carnival, characterised by the Vetro Artistico® Murano trademark.

 

The second placed one was Fiori di Ghiaccio, by Nicola Gasparini and the third placed one was La Grana come allucinazione collettiva by the Iranian artist Ahmad Jafari. The respectively received a precious black and silver leaf “bauta” and a colourful murano glass fusing technique mask, also with the Vetro Artistico® Murano trademark.

 

All these gifts are the products of a millennial tradition, the very same one Consorzio Promovetro Murano is trying to protect against the problems of falsification.

 

As Luca Colombo said in his TG3 piece “it represents a Venice, which still deserve respect for its workers, and which suffers for betrayals, and forgery.


 

 

 

 

After the prizes given to the Korean Rock-Pop singer and cultural ambassador Kim Jang-Hoon, and to the beautiful “eagle” who has flown from the top of St. Mark bell tower, the Olympic champion Carolina Kostner, also the most beautiful face masks of Carnival 2014 have received beautiful Murano glass prizes.

 

The mask entitled Principessa per un giorno, realised by Enzo Sindoca was elected as first placed, and received a gorgeous Murano glass plaque, representing carnival, characterised by the Vetro Artistico® Murano trademark.

 

The second placed one was Fiori di Ghiaccio, by Nicola Gasparini and the third placed one was La Grana come allucinazione collettiva by the Iranian artist Ahmad Jafari. The respectively received a precious black and silver leaf “bauta” and a colourful murano glass fusing technique mask, also with the Vetro Artistico® Murano trademark.

 

All these gifts are the products of a millennial tradition, the very same one Consorzio Promovetro Murano is trying to protect against the problems of falsification.

 

As Luca Colombo said in his TG3 piece “it represents a Venice, which still deserve respect for its workers, and which suffers for betrayals, and forgery.


 

 

 

 

After the prizes given to the Korean Rock-Pop singer and cultural ambassador Kim Jang-Hoon, and to the beautiful “eagle” who has flown from the top of St. Mark bell tower, the Olympic champion Carolina Kostner, also the most beautiful face masks of Carnival 2014 have received beautiful Murano glass prizes.

 

The mask entitled Principessa per un giorno, realised by Enzo Sindoca was elected as first placed, and received a gorgeous Murano glass plaque, representing carnival, characterised by the Vetro Artistico® Murano trademark.

 

The second placed one was Fiori di Ghiaccio, by Nicola Gasparini and the third placed one was La Grana come allucinazione collettiva by the Iranian artist Ahmad Jafari. The respectively received a precious black and silver leaf “bauta” and a colourful murano glass fusing technique mask, also with the Vetro Artistico® Murano trademark.

 

All these gifts are the products of a millennial tradition, the very same one Consorzio Promovetro Murano is trying to protect against the problems of falsification.

 

As Luca Colombo said in his TG3 piece “it represents a Venice, which still deserve respect for its workers, and which suffers for betrayals, and forgery.


 

 

 

 

After the prizes given to the Korean Rock-Pop singer and cultural ambassador Kim Jang-Hoon, and to the beautiful “eagle” who has flown from the top of St. Mark bell tower, the Olympic champion Carolina Kostner, also the most beautiful face masks of Carnival 2014 have received beautiful Murano glass prizes.

 

The mask entitled Principessa per un giorno, realised by Enzo Sindoca was elected as first placed, and received a gorgeous Murano glass plaque, representing carnival, characterised by the Vetro Artistico® Murano trademark.

 

The second placed one was Fiori di Ghiaccio, by Nicola Gasparini and the third placed one was La Grana come allucinazione collettiva by the Iranian artist Ahmad Jafari. The respectively received a precious black and silver leaf “bauta” and a colourful murano glass fusing technique mask, also with the Vetro Artistico® Murano trademark.

 

All these gifts are the products of a millennial tradition, the very same one Consorzio Promovetro Murano is trying to protect against the problems of falsification.

 

As Luca Colombo said in his TG3 piece “it represents a Venice, which still deserve respect for its workers, and which suffers for betrayals, and forgery.