As the global demand for gold has increased, gold discoveries have decreased dramatically over the past decade, putting us at risk of running out of mineable gold within the next 20 years. [Image: GoldCore]
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RSCGOLD Responsible Source Certification.
ETHICALLY SOURCED GOLD
Strict environmental best-practices
Minimal impact to local communitirs
Fair labor practices
Non-manmade chemical alloys
Cadmium free soldering and plating
We only source metals who are held accountable to stricter environmental best-practices. and/or certified member of RJC (Responsible Jewellery Council), and/or LBMA (London Bullion Market Association) to ensure minimal impact to local communities. All companies within the membership of RJC and LBMA must have activities that are closely related to the London market gold bullion. These activities include trading, broking, shipping and storage, mining and refining, inspection and assaying and research. LBMA’s Responsible Sourcing programme for precious metals protects the integrity of the global supply chain for the wholesale precious metals markets. Vital to the credibility of the standards is the broad scope, which includes measures to combat money laundering, terrorist financing and human rights abuses globally.
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All that glitters is not Gold.
MaKham offers cadmium free soldering and plating jewellery collection. Cadmium is a dangerous heavy metal and a known carcinogen. The Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry (ATSDR) lists cadmium as the number 7 most significant threat to human health, based on its frequency, toxicity, and potential for human exposure. Cadmium has a half life in the body around 10-30 years, meaning that a single exposure event can stick around for nearly a lifetime. At some point cadmium became a popular replacement for lead in jewellery, likely due to an increase in lead restrictions. Cadmium is used to add mass and weight to jewellery and can add a shiny finish. Cadmium has a lower melting point than metals such as zinc, reducing the energy required to melt it into shape.
Timeless design and value - As the value of jewellery is essentially a weight of pure gold, it can be exchanged or sold in the future as easily as it was purchased. MaKham offers trading service, which allows you to sell or exchange your jewellery at the daily precious metal current value. (excluded premium design and labour cost).
Natural Pure Gold (Non-manmade chemical alloys) - This special quality of gold can only be understood when experienced physically, leading to an appreciation of this authentic purity as superior to any element in nature.