The real protagonists of the history of La Scala in Milan are artists and composers who have staged their works here over the course of time. In the early 1800s, with Rossini, the Scala officially became the venue for Italian opera. Towards the middle of the nineteenth century, Donizetti’s “Lucia di Lammermoor” was staged in the presence of King Vittorio Emanuele II, followed by Verdi’s first European premiere of Aida and Puccini his Edgarel. In 1946, with Toscanini’s La gazza ladra, the post-war recovery was witnessed. In 1951, the artistic director Victor de Sabata established December 7, the day of the patron saint of Milan, Sant’Ambrogio, as the day of the Prima (The first) alla Scala. Tedora has dedicated this beautiful Charm to her, perfect for your bracelet..
Compatible with Pandora, Vivara and Trollbeads bracelets, the Charms are in pure 925 silver and hand forged by Tedora, a famous Tuscan laboratory specializing in the creation of unique miniatures dedicated to Italian traditions and monuments.