murrina

murrina

[Span.] Trypanosoma evansi infection.
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Roberto Cavalli Home works with six partners for its home products, including JC Passion for home furniture and decor; Arnolfo di Cambio for glass-ware, flatware and dinnerware; Mirabello Carrara for the textiles and bed, bath and table linens; and La Murrina for the lamps and the Murano glass accessories.
50) for a frame to 30 [euro] ($45) for a Murrina necklace and earrings to 100 [euro]($150) for a simple lamp to 1,500 [euro] ($2,250) for a couple of multi-colored bird sculptures barely 25 cm (10 inches) tall.
Today this technique is also known as Murrina and Venetians are now applying it in myriad ways including making jewelry.
Collections boutique is also home to stunning bags from designer names like Diesel, Coccinelle, Guess, Francesco Biasia, and Claudio Ferrici and beautiful jewellery from Antica Murrina, Pilgrim, and Truth charms.
Poco importa que sea con un vaso de oro, o de cristal, o de piedra murrina o con una copa de Tivoli o en el cuenco de la mano'); <<Omnes iam mulos habent, qui crustallina et murrina et caelata mag
com Specialises in beautiful lamps made in Venetian glass, including a range from Italian company La Murrina which costs from around pounds 500.
MEDITERRANEO: Specialises in beautiful lamps made in Venetian glass including a range from Italian company, La Murrina which costs from around pounds 500.