As part of her commitment to support local and international creative talents in various fields of the creative economy and benefit from their experience to support Dubai’s creative economy, Hala Badri, Director General of Dubai Culture and Arts Authority (Dubai Culture) visited Adi AlFardan Jewellery. She met with Adi Al Fardan, the boutique’s founder, who shared his robust experience in jewellery design and manufacture with her.
Badri affirmed the importance of such professional design expertise in supporting the growth and prosperity of the emirate’s jewellery design and manufacturing sector and inspiring emerging talent. During the meeting, Badri also discussed with Al Fardan prospects of future cooperation between Dubai Culture and the group in line with the Authority’s mission to create an innovative environment that fosters creativity and raises the competitiveness of the local jewellery design and manufacturing sector on a global scale.
During the visit, Badri also toured the gallery and precious and unique pieces produced by the group, most notably the most recent collection, which includes a diamond-encrusted tiara that interchanges into a necklace, diamond necklace and earrings, and a peacock necklace set that reflects the grace and beauty of the bird.
Al Fardan Jewellery is known across the region for its unique designs and high quality. Founded by a family of pearl experts, the brand prides itself on being true to its Emirati heritage while keeping pace with contemporary trends in design. Adi Al Fardan plays a major role in the manufacture of the group’s jewellery, comprising just one of the family businesses. He also owns Adi AlFardan Jewellery, a private boutique that designs fine jewellery for discerning clients locally and globally and which he sees as the future of the family’s legacy.