Caramea 1994 Murano [videorecording] / Emilio Santini.

Caramea 1994 Murano [videorecording] / Emilio Santini.

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[S.l.] : E. Santini, 1994.
1 videocassette (? min.) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in.
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Santini, Emilio.
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Caramea 1994 Murano
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Title from handwritten cassette label.
Background factory noise only.
Carlo Tosi, glass artist.
Filmed May 18, 1994, Murano, Italy.
Unedited footage of the glass blowing and working activities in the studio of Carlo Tosi, nicknamed "Caramea."
The name “Caramea” is the dialect form of the word “caramella” and it means candy, delicate as the light glasses of Carlo Tosi; his nickname was linked to the light, refined goblets blown by Carlo and representing the most classic and exquisite tradition of Murano.
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Filmed May 18, 1994, Murano, Italy.