Alfredo Ravasco first studied at the Brera Academy of Fine Arts and perfected his technique and knowledge of jewelry craftsmanship. He traveled to various cities in Italy and abroad before exhibiting in the International Exhibition of Decorative Arts in Paris. For the exhibit he crafted jewels, glasses, boxes, figures, as well as watches, tiaras, evening bags and other pieces of jewelry. He added value to his pieces by innovating and tracing new paths. He dissociated himself from the overwhelming presence of previous French models and used gems that were not traditionally used creating a name for himself and increasing his business. His works became popular and attracted the attention of the wealthy which he created jewelry for such as the Royal House of Savoy, including presentation brooches for the Princess of Piedmont. The business continued to grow and he caught the eye of Queen Maria José of Italy which he also crafted pieces for.