In his workshop, a stone’s throw away from the Basilica of Santo Spirito and from Palazzo Pitti, Cristiano Pierazzuoli has been creating works straddling the border between art and jewelry since a young age. Each piece is crafted directly from the materials, without the use of any preparatory designs. 18 carat gold and precious stones are his favorite materials, and they are worked with a superb mastery of ancient techniques, with patience and creativity, bringing into being the most attractive and harmonious pieces. Moreover, Pierazzuoli is one of the few goldsmiths to create.
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