These earrings are made from cream polymer clay that Sancha rolls out and adds tiny pieces to create a spotted texture and then molds them into beautiful shapes. These delicate shapes are then baked to harden and attached to stud earring posts made of gold-plated brass.
The creation of these earrings means an income for Sancha that she is able to use to provide food and housing for herself as well as attend English classes.
Made in Houston, Texas by a refugee from Bhutan
1.75" from top to bottom
We recommend you store your clay earrings in a clean, dry place. Use of oils, creams, perfumes may affect longevity. Do not wear in water. Please treat with care, these earrings may break if dropped or bent.
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