The polymer clay earring trend has brought a renewed focus to casual jewelry, which I’m very glad to see. And while most earring makers are exploring shapes and subtle colors, Esther from Klay & Play has gone another direction and she’s fully embracing color and story. Each pair is sculpted with tiny scenes that are obviously meaningful for the wearer. I love that polymer clay can be used in this way!
Esther lives in Singapore and sells her unique jewelry all around the world. I think that her work sells out quickly, so you’ll have the best luck seeing her beautiful work on Instagram or Facebook.
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Esther’s earrings become a canvas on which a story is told using sculpted polymer clay. Both the large area of the earring and the dual nature of a pair of earrings lend themselves well to describing fun and personal concepts.