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The Mastoloni Story - Past Present and Future


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Mastoloni is one of North America's leading purveyors of the finest cultured pearls.  It is a three generation business, an American success story that began over 80 years ago in New York City.

In the mid-1920s Frank Mastoloni, Sr. founded a company with his brothers and began searching the world for cultured saltwater pearls, still at the experimental stage. By 1948 he made the move to specialize in what was still a "new" phenomenon, one of the first in the world to concentrate on cultured pearls. 

Over the next 10 years his three sons and son in-law joined the team. Together they built the company based on the Mastoloni principles of quality, fair dealings and innovation.  They were among the first to offer North America extraordinary cultured pearls just becoming available in Japan, the South Pacific and beyond.  Way ahead in creating their own designs and by the late 1970s, their own brand. 

Year after year, the collections signed Mastoloni have been renowned for meticulous design and craftsmanship.  In the 1980s the third generation came aboard and the tradition continues.

Today, Mastoloni Pearls is one of the most trusted and respected jewelry companies world-wide. Mastoloni Pearls is one of the few companies able to supply virtually any cultured pearl desired.  An innovator with a reputation for quality forged over decades of experience.  Mastoloni Pearls have a heritage of which all can be very proud.



An Extraordinary Past.  An Extraordinary Present.

In the 1960s Mastoloni began collecting matching extra-fine South Sea pearls from Burma (now Myanmar) to create a masterpiece of contemporary jewelry.  After twelve years  and a lot of searching, they had enough to create the ultimate three-strand necklace of 107 exquisite matching pearls, ranging in size from 10.3-15.2 millimeters.  This extraordinary necklace, worth several million dollars, is in the Mastoloni archives; eventually the right owner will be found.