As in all aspects of its vast culture, the art of Byzantium is a fascinating blend of its classical heritage with diverse later influences. This city of immense contrasts is found at the crossroads of maritime routes linking the East of theMediterranean, and of ancient highways between Europe and Asia.
Adler has always cherished this merging of the voluptuous Orient with the austere refinement of the Western tradition, the clash of heat and ice, this union of magic and reason.
Jacques Adler’s descendants have carefully maintained this prestigious tradition and gave the firm an international dimension. Adler creativity soars above the arbitrary limits, which geographical frontiers would like to impose on us.
Adler maintains a bold spirit, displays outstanding flexibility, and remains open to the world. Adler does not hesitate in cutting stones again to fit a drawing, in mixing colors, in combining stones with other precious or noble materials. Adler stems from an old line of jewelers with the know-how of high repute while looking at the future and creating jewels, always one innovation ahead of the next trend.