Andreas Daub Pforzheim – Jewellery since 1872
Over 130 years ago, the company founder Andreas Daub laid the foundation for one of the most important companies in the jewellery industry. As a young goldsmith, he was quick to realise the opportunities that the traditional location of Pforzheim offered for the industrial production of jewellery for an international market. As early as 1900 Andreas Daub A*D was one of the leading jewellery companies in Europe.
During the air raid on Pforzheim on 23 February 1945, the production facility of the company Andreas Daub was destroyed. In the months that followed, the company produced its jewellery first of all in the Engel Inn in Göbrichen, then later in the Habermehlstraße in Pforzheim. In 1948 the company moved back to the rebuilt factory in the Luisenstraße.
A first men’s jewellery collection made of special steel was presented at the Basle Trade Fair. This later developed into the ADAMO Collection.
The 1400°C collection made of Zirconium Oxide, which is fully produced on site, was launched on to market.