From the 470 foot Cascate del Toce in the picturesque mountain village of Formazza, to the 1,000 foot Cascate del Stroppia in Piemonte, Italy has 15 waterfalls worth seeing. Cascading with 10 lustrous strands, the Cascata Bracelet is a waterfall worth seeing too. Flowing with Italian gold-covered sterling silver chains, this beautiful piece comes from a workshop in Italy that began its odyssey in 1987 in a room measuring just 200 square meters.
Over three decades later, they are one of the most recognized names in the Italian-made jewelry industry with their influence of cutting edge technology and flawless Italian style spanning five continents. The landscape and history of the Veneto region near Venice, the magnificence of the Alps and the stunning Renaissance architecture of Bassano Del Grappa and Asolo are imbued into every design they create.
While traveling to Italy to see the waterfalls can be an expensive prospect, wearing this gorgeous bracelet isn’t. You can drape yourself in pure elegance for the refreshing price.