Born in Foligno in 1957 he designed jewelry for over thirty years, first in Italy and then from 1982 in USA. In New York, after working for other designers, he launched his first collection under the name “Mario Salvucci Jewelry” at the New Talents Show at the Artwear Gallery in 1985.
His work was represented by the Fragments Showroom in New York for fiftteen years and sold at the best American retail chains such as Barneys and Neiman Marcus as well as in Japan.

His Jewelry has been featured in all the major fashion magazines: Vogue, Elle among others. Over the years he also did private label collections for the like of companies like Ann Taylor and The Gap among others.   Always researching new materials, he expanded his creative field into fabrics and interior designs and in 1997 he received an International Design Award from IDRA for a project with recycled plastic.   In 1999 after a trip to the Philippines he did a collaboration with a cooperative of women that made Abaca, a natual fiber handwoven textile. Progetto Lanterne was launched with a show of lamps and photos at the Arce&Kwan Gallery in NY. In 2000 after a trip to India and a collaboration with a number of textile and embroidery handycraft people he created Kuri, a collection of shawls made from Tussar silk.  In 2003 he returned to Italy to live and starts the new Progetto Lanterne with a limited edition series of prototypes of lamps. After experimenting with assorted materials he went back to working with metal, laser cut aluminum which he used to create the “Electric Flowers”.

In 2011, after ten years, he went back to creating jewelry and launched the new collection  “Incredibile Creatures”.