About Anik


"When designing a piece of jewelry, no element is too small. I consider the look and feel of each piece and each individual gemstone for its energy, healing properties, and spiritual significance. With this in mind, I select only the highest-grade materials when creating my one-of-a-kind wearable works of art.

Jewelry isn’t simply something we adorn ourselves with - it is an expression of who we are, the energy we carry, and the emotions we feel".

Anik Malm is a long-time Jewelry Designer Artist from Albuquerque, New Mexico, where only four short years ago, with years of business experience, she took her passion for jewelry to the next level by opening her first jewelry business.  Anik Jewel is now thriving as an international E-Commerce jewelry boutique where she shows her designs up close and personal through local New Mexico markets, art show events, and various retail stores.

All Anik Jewel jewelry is 100% handmade by Anik in her Albuquerque studio.  

Anik has been making jewelry in some capacity since childhood.  Primarily self-taught, she welcomes and attends workshops to remain current in her passion, craft, and jewelry artistry.  Anik enjoys sharing her tips, tricks, and secrets to good technique, which is evident in her designs with attention to detail by regularly teaching workshops, including “How to Start Your Own Jewelry Business.” 

She is known for producing fresh new modern designs.  Her designs are sustainable, stunning, unique, and one-of-a-kind pieces using only the highest-grade gemstones.

To her surprise, Anik was blessed knowing that her ability to continue to use her fine motor skills necessary for jewelry making was preserved even after three recurring brain tumors were successfully removed.  Therefore, Anik Jewel donates 10% of her profits to The Barrows Neurological Institute Foundation, where she was treated. 

Anik Jewel is a certified New Mexico True business providing handmade goods and products.

 All materials are ethically and responsibly sourced in the United States and, whenever possible, in New Mexico.