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Unfold Venice

The Colours of Murano in the XIX Century

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Author: Reino Lie Bova, Aldo, Rossella Junck, Puccio Migliaccio (ed.); Attilia Dorigato
Paperback
Publisher: Arsenale + Junck / Antiques collectors' Club, Venezia (1999)
ASIN: B001T657TI

Murano: Island of Glass

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Author: Attila Dorigato
Paperback: 400 pages
Publisher: Arsenale Editrice; 2 edition (May 16, 2013)
Language: English

Murano Glass Museum

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Author: Attila Dorigato
Paperback: 96 pages
Publisher: Edizioni Electa (December 1986)
Language: English

Avventurine - Massimo Nordio

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Author: Attila Dorigato
Paperback: 80 pages
Publisher: Arsenale Editrice (July 26, 2006)
Language: English

Giovanni Luca Ferreri

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He was born in Monza in 1970. In 1998 he graduated from the Faculty of Architecture of the Milan Polytechnic.
In 2003 he obtained the title of PhD in Architectural Composition at the Istituto Universitario di Architettura di Venezia (XV ciclo) with a thesis entitled: "Construction of an imagined city", Supervisor Prof. Guido Canella, Co-supervisor Prof. Luciano Semerani .

Leopold Blaschka

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Leopold Blaschka (27 May 1822 - 3 July 1895) and his son Rudolf Blaschka (17 June 1857 - 1 May 1939) were glass craftsmen originally from Dresden, famous for the creation of botanical models and invertebrate marine creatures, truly unrepeatable glass works of art present in many European and American museums.

Crecola

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It is a protuberance in iron or wood which can be an integral part of a stampo or be free inside it.

Stampo con crecola

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Mould like the Stampo a giro with the addition of a third element placed at the base in order to allow the base to be undercut.
See also crecola.

Stampo libero

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Letterally Free mould.
In this mold the glass is guided along predetermined directions, but left free to act independently.

Stampo a giro

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Letterally round mould. It is a mould in which the glass is blown in order to have a repetitiveness of the shape. Usually the stampo has a round plan and opens in two pieces hinged along the centerline vertically.