White Gold Tiny Spiral Nose Stud

44.99
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White Gold Tiny Spiral Nose Stud

44.99
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A wee bit of shiny fun best describes this tiny spiral nose stud. Brought to life by hand, the 14 karat white gold wire is expertly formed into a tiny spiral shape that is small, flat, and discrete, but a bit of a movement away from the everyday.

The 'face' on this will be larger or smaller, depending on the gauge (wire thickness), with 24G being super tiny as it's made with thin wire, and 20 gauge being the largest 'face' - about 3mm around.

How to pick your gauge and end style

{{ GAUGE }}  is the thickness of the part that goes through your piercing
20G is about the thickness of a regular earring post
18G is thicker than 20G
22G is thinner than 18G and 20G
24G is thinner yet

If you’re not sure, your own piercer, or a local piercer should be able to tell you your gauge

 {{ ENDS }}

Screw ends point toward septum (see photos)
Screw end for left is your left nostril
Screw end for right is your right nostril
Bone ends are not threaded - they are a solid ball 
Shaft lengths are 6.5mm
L ends are a straight shaft of 6.5’’ with a 5mm ‘tail’ 
Fishtail is a straight shaft of 17mm

 If you have specialized requests for either gauge or end styles – for example 16G nose studs, or longer or shorter shaft lengths for nose studs, please contact me to discuss possible options.

See here for more information about sizing / fitting & care.

ROCKIN' NOSE ART!
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A wee bit of shiny fun best describes this tiny spiral nose stud. Brought to life by hand, the 14 karat white gold wire is expertly formed into a tiny spiral shape that is small, flat, and discrete, but a bit of a movement away from the everyday.

The 'face' on this will be larger or smaller, depending on the gauge (wire thickness), with 24G being super tiny as it's made with thin wire, and 20 gauge being the largest 'face' - about 3mm around.

How to pick your gauge and end style

{{ GAUGE }}  is the thickness of the part that goes through your piercing
20G is about the thickness of a regular earring post
18G is thicker than 20G
22G is thinner than 18G and 20G
24G is thinner yet

If you’re not sure, your own piercer, or a local piercer should be able to tell you your gauge

 {{ ENDS }}

Screw ends point toward septum (see photos)
Screw end for left is your left nostril
Screw end for right is your right nostril
Bone ends are not threaded - they are a solid ball 
Shaft lengths are 6.5mm
L ends are a straight shaft of 6.5’’ with a 5mm ‘tail’ 
Fishtail is a straight shaft of 17mm

 If you have specialized requests for either gauge or end styles – for example 16G nose studs, or longer or shorter shaft lengths for nose studs, please contact me to discuss possible options.

See here for more information about sizing / fitting & care.

ROCKIN' NOSE ART!