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carefully crafted in Istanbul and NYC

Most of the silver, goldplated, 14k or 18k gold jewelry pieces are made in Istanbul, Turkey. We work with a team of highly skilled designers, artisans and jewelers to ensure one-of-a-kind pieces. Each piece goes through a meticulous process from 3D rendering to welding to polishing. Some custom high end pieces are made locally in NYC for requests using 21k gold or special gemstones/diamonds.

creative beginnings

Each piece is carefully designed by Madiha Malik in her personal studio located in North Jersey, close to NYC. Her design experience at North Carolina State University College of Design allowed her to experiment with various print methods including woodworking, screenprinting and laser-cutting which sparked her desire to enhance her calligraphy and study of geometric patterns beyond paper. She is always looking for innovative ways to fuse her knowledge of Eastern design into Western fashion.


Madiha Malik's formative years were spent in Abu Dhabi, UAE followed by her teenage years near Toronto, Canada and her college years in North Carolina, USA. She currently calls North Jersey home, where she indulges in her passions for design, travel and drawing inspiration from the world around her.


Since the fall of 2015, Madiha gave a new life to her grid paper sketches in the form of jewelry and three-dimensional art. Below is a set of unique Arabic/Persian alphabet letters she designed for one of her first her jewelry collections—feel free to save and share! Find your initials and learn about the characteristics of the linguistic Arabic/Persian alphabet.


Malik Made is committed to providing stellar customer service by involving the client in the process from start to finish for custom pieces. Each client story is unique and Malik Made values their needs and preferences, working towards a satisfying experience while offering the highest quality in style, design, materials and finish.


When an order is placed, the client is able to take a look at the digital prototype and provide feedback. Once the proof is approved, it is sent for production and the client is notified of the production timeline and expected delivery dates.