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London-based jewellery designer Percy Lau is bringing a whole new meaning to the term ‘wearing your heart on your sleeve’ with his collection of jewellery that looks like miniature body parts.

ABOVE: Little Third Ear earrings, £26, by Percy Lau

The surreal trinkets include a mini third ear, a closed mouth, a nose and even a tiny penis, which the Central Saint Martins' student makes into adornments on necklaces, and can be worn as earrings, a brooch, collar clips and rings.

ABOVE: Little Mouth Ring, £15, by Percy Lau

Handcrafted in Super Sculpey clay, Lau’s jewellery is pretty spooky but the miniature sizes and intricate designs (we’re hoping Lau will diversify into customisable skin colours), give them a fascinating quality that will certainly turn heads.

ABOVE: Little Nose Necklace, £15, by Percy Lau

Check out more of Pery Lau's mini body part jewellery, or shop the collection, at etsy.com/shop/percylau

ABOVE: Little Ear Collar Clips, £26, by Percy Lau

What do you think? Would you wear Percy Lau's surreal body part jewellery? Tell us your thoughts on Twitter or in the comments section below.

Image credit: Percy Lau

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