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Una maschera in vetro per la bellissima Carolina Kostner, campionessa olimpionica di pattinaggio sul ghiaccio che ieri ha interpretato il “Volo dell’Aquila” lanciandosi dal campanile di piazza San Marco sulla folla applaudente nell’ambito di uno degli eventi clou del Carnevale di Venezia.

 

Vestita con un abito raffigurante la “Natura addormentata”, Carolina ha ricevuto in dono una bauta veneziana in vetro da Luciano Gambaro, Presidente del Consorzio Promovetro Murano. La maschera, molto apprezzata dalla giovane medaglia di bronzo alle recenti Olimpiadi invernali di Sochi, era realizzata con le canne colorate con la tecnica della vetro fusione e marchiata con il Marchio Vetro Artistico® Murano, che garantisce l’origine del prodotto.

 

 

 

“Le imprese del Consorzio Promovetro sono sempre in prima linea in tutti gli eventi veneziani che hanno una risonanza internazionale – afferma Gambaro – l’obiettivo è di far conoscere la nostra arte ed educare il compratore a distinguere tra un vetro artistico realizzato a Murano e uno spacciato per Murano. Siamo orgogliosi di aver dato questo omaggio ad una grande campionessa come Carolina, che come la nostra arte millenaria tiene alto il nome dell’Italia nel mondo”.

 

Yesterday the olympic champion Carolina Kostner performed the so called “Volo dell’Acquila” (eagle’s flight), jumping from the St. Mark bell tower toward an applauding crowd, during what is considered as one of the most important event of Venice’s Carnival.

She was dressed up as the “sleeping nature” and she received a typical venetian mask, the “bauta” from president of Consorzio Promovetro Murano, Luciano Gambaro.

The mask has been much appreciated by the athlete who won the bronze medal during Soci Winter Olympic Games. It was made of colourful glass rods, put together with the “fusing” technique, and carrying the Vetro Artistico® Murano trademark, the only legally recognised one which guarantees the origin of the Murano glass product.

 

 

 

“Promovetro’s companies are always on the frontline to all international events which take place in Venice”, says Gambaro. “Our aim is to promote our art and to explain to consumers how to recognise original artistic Murano Glass from those who only bear Murano’s name”.

“We are very proud to give our present to Carolina who, just like our millennial art, promotes Italy all around the world”.

 

 

 

 

Yesterday the olympic champion Carolina Kostner performed the so called “Volo dell’Acquila” (eagle’s flight), jumping from the St. Mark bell tower toward an applauding crowd, during what is considered as one of the most important event of Venice’s Carnival.

She was dressed up as the “sleeping nature” and she received a typical venetian mask, the “bauta” from president of Consorzio Promovetro Murano, Luciano Gambaro.

The mask has been much appreciated by the athlete who won the bronze medal during Soci Winter Olympic Games. It was made of colourful glass rods, put together with the “fusing” technique, and carrying the Vetro Artistico® Murano trademark, the only legally recognised one which guarantees the origin of the Murano glass product.

 

 

 

“Promovetro’s companies are always on the frontline to all international events which take place in Venice”, says Gambaro. “Our aim is to promote our art and to explain to consumers how to recognise original artistic Murano Glass from those who only bear Murano’s name”.

“We are very proud to give our present to Carolina who, just like our millennial art, promotes Italy all around the world”.

 

 

 

 

Yesterday the olympic champion Carolina Kostner performed the so called “Volo dell’Acquila” (eagle’s flight), jumping from the St. Mark bell tower toward an applauding crowd, during what is considered as one of the most important event of Venice’s Carnival.

She was dressed up as the “sleeping nature” and she received a typical venetian mask, the “bauta” from president of Consorzio Promovetro Murano, Luciano Gambaro.

The mask has been much appreciated by the athlete who won the bronze medal during Soci Winter Olympic Games. It was made of colourful glass rods, put together with the “fusing” technique, and carrying the Vetro Artistico® Murano trademark, the only legally recognised one which guarantees the origin of the Murano glass product.

 

 

 

“Promovetro’s companies are always on the frontline to all international events which take place in Venice”, says Gambaro. “Our aim is to promote our art and to explain to consumers how to recognise original artistic Murano Glass from those who only bear Murano’s name”.

“We are very proud to give our present to Carolina who, just like our millennial art, promotes Italy all around the world”.

 

 

 

 

Yesterday the olympic champion Carolina Kostner performed the so called “Volo dell’Acquila” (eagle’s flight), jumping from the St. Mark bell tower toward an applauding crowd, during what is considered as one of the most important event of Venice’s Carnival.

She was dressed up as the “sleeping nature” and she received a typical venetian mask, the “bauta” from president of Consorzio Promovetro Murano, Luciano Gambaro.

The mask has been much appreciated by the athlete who won the bronze medal during Soci Winter Olympic Games. It was made of colourful glass rods, put together with the “fusing” technique, and carrying the Vetro Artistico® Murano trademark, the only legally recognised one which guarantees the origin of the Murano glass product.

 

 

 

“Promovetro’s companies are always on the frontline to all international events which take place in Venice”, says Gambaro. “Our aim is to promote our art and to explain to consumers how to recognise original artistic Murano Glass from those who only bear Murano’s name”.

“We are very proud to give our present to Carolina who, just like our millennial art, promotes Italy all around the world”.

 

 

 

 

Yesterday the olympic champion Carolina Kostner performed the so called “Volo dell’Acquila” (eagle’s flight), jumping from the St. Mark bell tower toward an applauding crowd, during what is considered as one of the most important event of Venice’s Carnival.

She was dressed up as the “sleeping nature” and she received a typical venetian mask, the “bauta” from president of Consorzio Promovetro Murano, Luciano Gambaro.

The mask has been much appreciated by the athlete who won the bronze medal during Soci Winter Olympic Games. It was made of colourful glass rods, put together with the “fusing” technique, and carrying the Vetro Artistico® Murano trademark, the only legally recognised one which guarantees the origin of the Murano glass product.

 

 

 

“Promovetro’s companies are always on the frontline to all international events which take place in Venice”, says Gambaro. “Our aim is to promote our art and to explain to consumers how to recognise original artistic Murano Glass from those who only bear Murano’s name”.

“We are very proud to give our present to Carolina who, just like our millennial art, promotes Italy all around the world”.

 

 

 

 

Yesterday the olympic champion Carolina Kostner performed the so called “Volo dell’Acquila” (eagle’s flight), jumping from the St. Mark bell tower toward an applauding crowd, during what is considered as one of the most important event of Venice’s Carnival.

She was dressed up as the “sleeping nature” and she received a typical venetian mask, the “bauta” from president of Consorzio Promovetro Murano, Luciano Gambaro.

The mask has been much appreciated by the athlete who won the bronze medal during Soci Winter Olympic Games. It was made of colourful glass rods, put together with the “fusing” technique, and carrying the Vetro Artistico® Murano trademark, the only legally recognised one which guarantees the origin of the Murano glass product.

 

 

 

“Promovetro’s companies are always on the frontline to all international events which take place in Venice”, says Gambaro. “Our aim is to promote our art and to explain to consumers how to recognise original artistic Murano Glass from those who only bear Murano’s name”.

“We are very proud to give our present to Carolina who, just like our millennial art, promotes Italy all around the world”.

 

 

 

 

Yesterday the olympic champion Carolina Kostner performed the so called “Volo dell’Acquila” (eagle’s flight), jumping from the St. Mark bell tower toward an applauding crowd, during what is considered as one of the most important event of Venice’s Carnival.

She was dressed up as the “sleeping nature” and she received a typical venetian mask, the “bauta” from president of Consorzio Promovetro Murano, Luciano Gambaro.

The mask has been much appreciated by the athlete who won the bronze medal during Soci Winter Olympic Games. It was made of colourful glass rods, put together with the “fusing” technique, and carrying the Vetro Artistico® Murano trademark, the only legally recognised one which guarantees the origin of the Murano glass product.

 

 

 

“Promovetro’s companies are always on the frontline to all international events which take place in Venice”, says Gambaro. “Our aim is to promote our art and to explain to consumers how to recognise original artistic Murano Glass from those who only bear Murano’s name”.

“We are very proud to give our present to Carolina who, just like our millennial art, promotes Italy all around the world”.