Claudio Pino

Asterism Ring

Artist bio: Award-winning master jeweler, Claudio Pino, is world-renowned for his breathtaking sculptural and kinetic rings. His intricate designs appear in mainstream films such as The Hunger Games: Catching Fire and Stephen King’s The Dark Tower.

Since 1995, Pino is exclusively dedicated to creating one-of-a-kind, contemporary fine jewelry. From concept to design to piece-by-piece fabrication, along with stone cutting, faceting, and setting, he executes his creative process with passion and dedication born from an extensive study of the history of jewelry design through varied cultures.

Pino’s collections have been exhibited numerous museums, galleries around the world, namely Tellus Science in Museum; The Carnegie Art Museum; Museum of Vancouver; and Santiago Decorative Arts Museum. In 2013, he unveiled his first book, “The Power of the Rings”. Claudio Pino’s work is always recognized by the unique way of transforming raw materials into kaleidoscopic fine art jewellery.


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Materials: 925 Sterling Silver, 18k Gold, Tsavorite Garnet, Amethyst cut by Claude Marc-Aurele, Emerald, Pearls.

Dimensions: 2,8×0,8×1,9 cm

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$9,500.00

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Artist bio: Award-winning master jeweler, Claudio Pino, is world-renowned for his breathtaking sculptural and kinetic rings. His intricate designs appear in mainstream films such as The Hunger Games: Catching Fire and Stephen King’s The Dark Tower.

Since 1995, Pino is exclusively dedicated to creating one-of-a-kind, contemporary fine jewelry. From concept to design to piece-by-piece fabrication, along with stone cutting, faceting, and setting, he executes his creative process with passion and dedication born from an extensive study of the history of jewelry design through varied cultures.

Pino’s collections have been exhibited numerous museums, galleries around the world, namely Tellus Science in Museum; The Carnegie Art Museum; Museum of Vancouver; and Santiago Decorative Arts Museum. In 2013, he unveiled his first book, “The Power of the Rings”. Claudio Pino’s work is always recognized by the unique way of transforming raw materials into kaleidoscopic fine art jewellery.

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