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Allan Adler (1916–2002) was an American silversmith.
His name became associated with Hollywood glamour in the early 1940s, and he was commissioned to design mini-Oscars for Academy Award winners, crowns for Miss Universe and Miss USA, and silver bowls, candlesticks and goblets for celebrity clients. During John F. Kennedy's presidential campaign, Adler crafted a silver coffee urn to be used at a fund-raising event.
Adler married Becca Blanchard, daughter of noted silversmith Porter Blanchard.
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