Single Item. Unisex cartilage piercing earring handmade from 18k yellow/white gold and polished to a mirror shine. The barbell is 11 mm in length and 1.0 mm in thickness and threaded with our signature pyramid screw back.
The length of the barbell can be customized to individual size, please read below.
Total Weight is 0.50 grams
Dimensions 3mm x 3mm pyramid / 1mm x 11mm bar
The curved barbell masterfully handcrafted in 18k solid yellow/white gold. Can you put a curved barbell in a Daith piercing yourself? Yes! Our screw backs are solid and have a good weight of 18k gold. They are comfortable to assemble on the ear, as each pyramid screw back has a bevelled edge to guide the barbell into place.
CAN I HAVE A SPECIFIC BARBELL LENGTH FOR MY PIERCING STUD? YES!
We are delighted to offer you, our wonderful clients the option of customising the barbell ( longer or shorter) to the specific length you desire at no additional costs to you. In order to get it right for you, it is very important that you give us an accurate millimetre size of the barbell length you require when closed with the screw back. For example our standard barbell is 6.5mm in length when the pyramid screw back is on. Please note that this customisation is only available on our stud earrings with pins and will take approximately 15 working days to complete. Please contact us via email email@example.com
When you’re ready to remove the earring, you will need to use both of your hands. Make sure to hold on to the front of the earring, so it doesn't get lost. Now, grab the other end in a similar way. Twist in the appropriate direction, until the backing is completely freed. When twisting the screw back please make sure that it is tightened up to the full stop and doesn’t loosen freely at the end of the earring. Please note that the piercings are very robust but small in size. Try to always hold the earring with both hands and take it off and put it on in a place where, if it falls, you can find it. Leave the jewelry at home when going swimming. Sweat, salt and chlorine water all damage the jewelry. Soap can also leave a film which makes the metal seem dull.