Giuseppe Pedrazzini was an Italian violin maker and pupil of Riccardo and Romeo Antoniazzi in Milan. After working on his own he quickly gained recognition and won various awards at exhibitions, such as Rome in 1920 and Cremona in 1937. His work is considered among the best of the Italian makers in the 1900’s. Pedrazzini also made for some exclusive dealers such as Hawkes & Son in London. Among his pupils and associates were Ferdinando Garimberti, P. Parravicini and his nephew Natale Novelli.