The Trevi Fountain is the terminal exhibition of the Vergine aqueduct, the only one of the Roman aqueducts (19 BC) continuously in use up to the present day. The fountain, whose works lasted from 1732 to 1762, is the work of Niccolò Salvi; it is articulated like a triumphal arch, which slopes down towards the large basin with a wild cliff, enlivened by the spectacular flow of water. At the center dominates Oceano driving a shell-shaped chariot pulled by the angry horse and the placid horse held back by two newts. The Trevi Fountain provided a splendid setting for the most famous scene in Federico Fellini’s La Dolce Vita film. Tedora dedicates this wonderful memory to Rome and to you.
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.