Established in 2014, MADLY is a bespoke jewellery design house that is all about coloured gemstones. With a dedication to crafting one-of-a-kind pieces, 99% of MADLY jewellery pieces are bespoke, meaningful pieces that showcase individuality and style, all while maintaining the highest levels of quality and craftsmanship.
Being Singapore’s only fine jewellery design house dedicated to coloured gems, MADLY is akin to an Indiana Jones of gemstones, procuring the top 0.1% from every corner of the globe. Beyond the classic ‘Big Three’ of Emerald, Ruby, and Sapphire, MADLY’s fascination extends to exceptional gems like Tsavorite Garnet – 200 times more rare than Emerald, the otherworldly electric-blue Paraiba Tourmaline, and enchanting Hot Pink Mahenge Spinel. Their ethical gem sourcing and transparent procurement methods are unprecedented given that they source directly from mines in East Africa and Sri Lanka.
MADLY’s magic is rooted in their perfect formula, effortlessly melding each client’s distinct preferences with their unmistakable style, resulting in artistic jewellery creations brimming with personal significance. Their ambition? To start trends, not trail behind them.
The team behind MADLY consists of expert jewellery designers, each possessing their own unique flair, and supported by expert gem cutters and master craftsmen equipped with unwavering passion that propels them to create jewellery that goes beyond the ordinary, evolving into enduring works of art.
An advocate for embracing self-made stories, founder Maddy Barber, a storyteller and music lover, believes in connecting the dots and making moments come alive. She believes in having the worlds of innovation, ethics and customer flair, collide – celebrating YOU and your #MADLYmeaningful gems.
“Some people gossip with their manicurist or hairstylist, but at MADLY, our clients share very personal encounters with us – their hopes, dreams, struggles, and triumphs. Jewellery, especially bespoke, is incredibly intimate, and the stories are as well.”
Maddy Barber, Founder of MADLY