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PIECES + PARDONS

A motley crew of bold + eclectic pieces.

Handmade from ultra-lightweight polymer clay with love and intent in Philadelphia, PA. 

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Packaging

Your purchase will be wrapped beautifully in a 100% recyclable box or envelope.

If ordering multiple items, they will be packaged together in the same box for sustainability. (Unless otherwise requested.)

PIECES + PARDONS

PIECES.
A collection of handmade art for your body and home.

PARDONS.
A reminder to be gentle with yourself. Embrace the experiences that shaped you. Use them. Celebrate them. Pardon them.

Small Batch : Slow Made

Each piece is designed with purpose and intended to be transformative.

Due to the nature of small batch hand-crafted pieces, you'll find that each item is unique in it's own way. I mix, sculpt, cure, sand, polish, and assemble each and every piece in a cozy corner studio in Philadelphia.

  • The flower in the P+P logo is a loose hand drawing of a white oleander. The white oleander is beautiful and fragrant, but also one of the most poisonous plants in the world…

  • The word “oleander” originates from the mythological story of (Hero and) Leander…

  • Leander fell in love with Hero, a priestess of Aphrodite who dwelt in a tower across the narrow straight of Hellespont….

  • Every night, Leander swam through Hellespont to see her, but one night he drowned while on his way… Hero later found his body with a flower clutched tightly in his hand…

  • The flower was an oleander. She took it and kept it as a symbol of their everlasting love…

  • To me, an oleander represents power and strength wrapped in desire and beauty. I hope you think of this flower when you wear these pieces, and I hope you feel both powerful and beautiful.

The flower in the P+P logo is a loose hand drawing of a white oleander. The white oleander is beautiful and fragrant, but also one of the most poisonous plants in the world…

The word “oleander” originates from the mythological story of (Hero and) Leander…

Leander fell in love with Hero, a priestess of Aphrodite who dwelt in a tower across the narrow straight of Hellespont….

Every night, Leander swam through Hellespont to see her, but one night he drowned while on his way… Hero later found his body with a flower clutched tightly in his hand…

The flower was an oleander. She took it and kept it as a symbol of their everlasting love…

To me, an oleander represents power and strength wrapped in desire and beauty. I hope you think of this flower when you wear these pieces, and I hope you feel both powerful and beautiful.