Faodail makes fun earrings in rad designs using clay, and not just any clay, but polymer clay (a durable, non-toxic clay that is exceptionally lightweight and sustainable), to be specific. Out to deliver art that you can wear, Faodail handcrafts contemporary accessories for the classy, style-conscious woman. Owner and designer, Anushtha, shares that her love for clay and miniature art evolved into this minimalistic jewellery brand. Presently, they only sell earrings, but they are perfect to make a statement or add a pop of colour to any outfit.
The designs scream abstract and fluid, and most of the earrings are named after women in literature or history, like Rosa (named after Rosa Parks), earrings with a delicate colour palette of terracotta, mustard and baby beige. Other earrings are also named after their physical attributes, like the Astrid and Celeste earrings named after stars and celestial bodies. Eliza, (named after Elizabeth Bennet of Pride and Prejudice) one of the most popular sellers boasts of a bold colour mix with a silky smooth finish.
We adore the fact that each piece has a personality of its own; no two pairs are alike. The prices range from INR 700 to INR 1,300, and crafting a pair can take as much as two days, start to finish. As of now, Faodail has a website, and currently conducts sales through their Instagram and pop-ups at events across the city.