Jewelery out of the ordinary with stones out of the ordinary: the art of Tito Pedrini ♦ ︎
As a child he attended Cinecittà, the Hollywood of Rome, where his father worked (while his mom was an Egyptologue). Becomed an adult, Tito Pedrini frequents Hollywood or, better, Hollywood attends him. His jewels, unique pieces, from equally exclusive prices, are loved by an infinite number of stars and super-rich ones. From his Maison, in downtown Manhattan, Tito Pedrini has built an almost esoteric fame. With an Italian name, a look as British actor, and an international culture, Pedrini has climbed jewelery rankings. But he first defines himself as a gemologist. Though he is a different gemologist, different from the others. His jewelry, for example, often uses little known stones such as brazillianite, alongside other very precious ones.
Since 1999, however, it is a reference point for those who love jewelry that cost five or six digit numbers and of course they are worth the price. The rise of Tito Pedrini, however, began in 1990, from Christie’s in London and New York. In 1996 he gained the GG degree of gemmologist at Gia, perhaps the highest international authority. As a gemologist he worked from Sotheby’s, New York, as Vice President of the Magnificent Jewels area. But this does not say anything about Pedrini’s work, which can be categorized among unclassified designers. He’s different. Likes. Point. Alessia Mongrando