Pedro Boregaard grew up in Munich. After leaving school he trained with the jewelry firm Hemmerle in Munich before moving to England in 1966. There he started working as a jeweler in London and eventually Nottingham. In 1974 he moved to New York and began working with Tiffany & Company. There he worked with and developed Famous tiffany designers Paloma Picasso, Elsa Peretti and Angela Cummings. In 1983 he left Tiffany to set up his own workshop at 48th Street overlooking the Rockefeller Center. In 1994 he moved premises and opened a showroom and workshop on 53rd Street and Madison Avenue. After nearly ten years here he moved once again splitting the business between Broadway and Lafayette where he relocated the workshop and his home of Narrowsburg in western New York state. In Narrowsburg is where he set up his design studio and executed the design part of the business and in 2011 moved out that direction.