Malleable was established on the idea that you shouldn’t have to sacrifice ethics over cost.
As Fairtrade & Fairmined Licensee Goldsmith of Canada, we aim to offer these materials for the same cost as our recycled options in your custom jewellery. It is our goal to work towards a future where no one sacrifices neither their lives nor our environment for the mining industry.
All of our pieces are handmade in solid gold or silver which we directly recycle or source from our SCS, Fairmined, and Fairtrade certified suppliers.
10 Karat Gold
Our 10 karat gold has a lighter saturation of colour than other karats due to the alloy material used in accompaniment with 41.7% pure gold. 10 karat is the toughest and most resistant for everyday wear due to the higher alloy content, making this a great choice for those who work with their hands.
14 Karat Gold
The 58.3% pure gold content of 14 karat strikes the perfect balance of saturation and resistance. The higher purity also means that you do not have to worry about tarnishing or discolouration.
18 Karat Gold
18 karat gold offers the brightest hue in yellow, and is the safest alloy in all colours for sensitive skin thanks to its 75% pure gold content. Its rich colour compliments designs incorporating coloured gemstones especially well, and the softer working properties of 18 karat make it ideal for setting delicate stones into.
Scrub lightly with an old toothbrush, warm water and dish soap. Buff gently with a clean cloth and store your pieces in a safe, dry place when not worn.
Our 925 Sterling Silver is alloyed in-house and comprises of 92.5% pure silver and 7.5% copper.
In May 2021, we launched an exclusive capsule collection focusing on ethically mined Sterling Silver, but we are happy to create any pieces from our ready to wear collection in Fairmined silver upon request.
Remove your jewellery before exercising or working with machinery, washing your hands or showering. Re-polish with a rouge cloth and store in a dry place when not being worn.
We use a range of ethically sourced diamonds from in-house recycling to CanadaMark, Lab Growns to Salt & Peppers. Whatever diamond you fall in love with, rest assured that all of our diamond partners abide by following all aspects of the Kimberley Process and that your diamond is conflict-free.
We primarily work with VS1 to Si2 natural, untreated diamonds and be sure to check out the products descriptions for the exact specifications.
Use an old toothbrush & dish soap to lightly scrub the stone, removing any grease or built up dirt.
Sapphires & Rubies
Our Sapphires are sourced through ethically focused suppliers predominately mined in Madagascar & Sri Lanka. We work with AAA - Commercial grade stones and don’t believe in excluding a stone due to imperfections as this further worsens the problems of the mining industry.
The “king of gems,” Ruby is one of the world’s oldest and most revered gemstones. It is also one of the rarest. We source our rubies exclusively from Sri Lanka, Thailand, and Madagascar in order to avoid the dilution of conflict-stones.
Sapphires & rubies are of the same Corundum mineral family and are rated “excellent” for everyday wear. Avoid exposure to heat and contact with chemicals. To clean, gently scrub with a soft toothbrush and a solution of mild dish soap and warm water, or clean in an at-home ultrasonic unit.
We work with a range of in-house recycled and sourced Emeralds exhibiting the most luscious green hues. We use Emeralds sourced from Columbia, Brazil, and India within our ready to wear collection.
Emerald is rated “fair to good” for everyday wear with care. Avoid exposure to heat, contact with chemicals, and protect from scratches and harsh blows. To clean, gently scrub with a soft toothbrush and a solution of mild dish soap and warm water.
The colours of the rainbow. The glow of the Northern Lights. The dramatic flash of summer lightning. Our opals are exclusively sourced from Australia & Ethiopia in order to provide you with the upmost quality with such a precious stone, predominately working with A+ grade in order to accommodate longevity.
Opal is rated “fair” for everyday wear. Avoid exposure to heat, contact with chemicals, and protect from scratches and harsh blows. To clean, gently scrub with a soft toothbrush and a solution of mild dish soap and warm water.