The Town Hall of Montepulciano, which follows the shapes of Palazzo Vecchio in Florence is, together with the Temple of San Biagio, the symbol of this town in the province of Siena located between the wonderful Orcia and Chiana Valleys. Stategically located between Florence and Rome, it has been the scene of territorial disputes over time and then definitively submitted to Florence in the 14th century. The sixteenth-century architectural testimonies are proof of the importance that Montepulciano had in the Renaissance era as the center of economic and political exchanges. Homeland of the poet Poliziano, considered the greatest of the Italian poets of the 15th century as well as the favorite of Lorenzo the Magnificent, it is the place of production of the legendary Vino Nobile, one of the finest red wines in Tuscany. Tedora dedicates to this town an unmissable charm for your refined pearl collection.
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.