The story of Arthus Bertrand has been written through six family generations and is based on the perfect mastery of its craft skills to create meaningful jewelry. Born of the meeting of two visionary families, the House of Arthus Bertrand has its roots in the glory of Napoleon and the splendor of the “Légion d’Honneur.” In 1902, Arthus Bertrand settles in place Saint-Germain-des-Prés in Paris, and remains today. With the acquisition of specialized workshops, the House starts to design and make medals. These new skills brought a breath of fresh air and an unprecedented creative impulse. Sculpture of bas-reliefs, stamping, grand feu enamel and engraving remain the strong signatures of the House today. In the wake of this historical heritage, contemporary designs are still inspired by the ribbon, its grosgrain texture, the star or the oak and laurel leaves of honorary medals. Firmly focused on the future, in 1937 Arthus Bertrand launches its first jewelry collection. They are religious medals, timeless jewels, full of emotion and with a strong symbolic value of transmission. At the end of the 20th century, Arthus Bertrand finds the right balance between attachment to the artistic heritage and a resolutely modern approach, with recurring collaboration with contemporary artists. Recognized for its excellent craft skills, Arthus Bertrand was awarded the highly prized EPV (Entreprise du Patrimoine Vivant) label in 2014. As soon as she arrived in 2018, the new artistic director Camille Toupet invented a new narrative for Arthus Bertrand's heritage icons through the prism of these historical skills: bas-relief, stamping, grand feu enamel and engraving. Today, Arthus Bertrand is constantly enriching its collections, inspired by its rich heritage as much as by our lifestyles, which are constantly being reinvented. The precious combination of these elements enables it to remain in tune with the times.