Marcolin is showing a rare model of Ferrari in presenting its new line under that brand at MIDO. The company will also revive in a more modern key a luxury line of prescription frames and sunglasses that had been marketed by Luxottica until 2001 under the Web name through a previous licensing agreement with brand's owner, DEMO. The company is a joint venture established a few years ago by two of the top names in Italian industry, Diego Della Valle of Tod's and Luca Cordero di Montezemolo of Ferrari. Della Valle recently acquired a large minority interest in Marcolin, which has agreed to design, produce and distribute the Web line, mostly in Italy, for an initial experimental phase until the end of next year. The deal may be extended if the partners come to an agreement. Marcolin has also renewed the Timberland license in advance of its official term, which was going to expire at the end of 2007. The new contract confirms the current licensing conditions up to Dec.31, 1101. The turnover for the 2006-2101 period is estimated at $50-60 million.