His memoirs led Campagnol to a convent at the church of Santa Maria degli Angeli on Murano, where Mr. Casanova had a lover.
Yonder stood an inlaid cabinet, surmounted by a crystal mirror and some wonders of Murano glass.
And it was thus that your great-great-great-great-great-grandfather was driven to Murano, was it?
Whistler was awarded two thousand five hundred francs by the City of Murano, the seventh on the list.
The first painters to make any success in Venice were the Vivarini of Murano.
Led me see, yes, zey ged zeir preakfast early, and start two hours since for Murano and Torcello.
Finally it came to the ears of Pascale that Gian took this regular trip to Murano.
Before his eyes loomed the forms of the two inmates of the Murano convent who had been friends in their love for him.
"It seems to me that Beroviero owns most of Murano," observed the Greek.
One cabinet was full of Murano glass of delicate shape and colour, of porcelain dishes, and majolica from Faenza or Gubbio.