Black Filigree Septum or Nose Ring

29.99
  • Black Filigree Septum or Nose Ring
  • Black Filigree Septum or Nose Ring
  • Black Filigree Septum or Nose Ring
  • Black Filigree Septum or Nose Ring
  • Black Filigree Septum or Nose Ring
  • Black Filigree Septum or Nose Ring
  • Black Filigree Septum or Nose Ring
  • Black Filigree Septum or Nose Ring

Black Filigree Septum or Nose Ring

29.99
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If you wear a little black dress...well you know the rest, and this septum ring does pair nicely with it. But even if you don't do the little black dress thing...this nose ring is also most definitely for you.

I see it with a loosely fitted white T and faded denim. What do you see it with ?

Handcrafted in nickel free sterling silver, I make each of these to order, so you can choose the ring that’s just right for you. These are incredibly versatile and can also be worn as a nose ring.

Photo shows

  • 3mm black onyx genuine gemstone
  • 20G thickness
  • 10mm interior interior diameter 
  • When selecting your ID for this ring, keep in mind you need about 2 extra mm for the part the stone takes up within the ring

 What is the usual thickness for a septum piercing or a nostril piercing?

  • Septum piercings are usually 18G or 16G
  • Nostril piercings are usually 20G or 18G

How to pick a great nose ring:
1. Pick your Nose Ring Size
• measure from your piercing hole to the bottom of your nostril or septum
• consider the thickness of your nostril or septum – if it’s on the thick side, add in 1mm. If it’s really thick, add 2mm or more
• I measure in millimeters on the INSIDE of the ring – from the inside of one edge to the inside of the opposite edge
• See the conversion chart below for millimeters to inches
• I use 8mm = ‘fits most’ size, 6mm = really small, and 12mm = really large

2. Pick your Nose Ring Gauge
• gauge means how thick the wire is
• 22G is thinner & daintier, 20G is standard, and 18G is thicker
• 20G is about the thickness of a regular earring post or hook
• if you don’t know, you can compare to an earring, or ask your piercer

3. Pick your Nose Ring Material
• are you a silver nose ring person? A gold nose ring person? Solid gold, or gold filled? Maybe niobium is just right for you.
• create different looks with different metals – the choice is all yours.
• all of my nose rings are nickel free

Millimeters to Inches:
• 1mm = just over 1/32 inch
• 2mm = just over 1/16 inch
• 3mm = almost 1/8 inch
• 4mm = 5/32 inch (= a bit over 1/8 inch)
• 5mm = just over 3/16 inch
• 6mm = almost 1/4 inch
• 7mm = almost 9/32 inch (= a bit over 1/4 inch)
• 8mm = 5/16 inch
• 9mm = almost 3/8 inch
• 10mm = just over 3/8 inch
• 11mm = almost 7/16 inch
• 12mm = almost 15/32 inch (= almost 1/2 inch)

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

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If you wear a little black dress...well you know the rest, and this septum ring does pair nicely with it. But even if you don't do the little black dress thing...this nose ring is also most definitely for you.

I see it with a loosely fitted white T and faded denim. What do you see it with ?

Handcrafted in nickel free sterling silver, I make each of these to order, so you can choose the ring that’s just right for you. These are incredibly versatile and can also be worn as a nose ring.

Photo shows

  • 3mm black onyx genuine gemstone
  • 20G thickness
  • 10mm interior interior diameter 
  • When selecting your ID for this ring, keep in mind you need about 2 extra mm for the part the stone takes up within the ring

 What is the usual thickness for a septum piercing or a nostril piercing?

  • Septum piercings are usually 18G or 16G
  • Nostril piercings are usually 20G or 18G

How to pick a great nose ring:
1. Pick your Nose Ring Size
• measure from your piercing hole to the bottom of your nostril or septum
• consider the thickness of your nostril or septum – if it’s on the thick side, add in 1mm. If it’s really thick, add 2mm or more
• I measure in millimeters on the INSIDE of the ring – from the inside of one edge to the inside of the opposite edge
• See the conversion chart below for millimeters to inches
• I use 8mm = ‘fits most’ size, 6mm = really small, and 12mm = really large

2. Pick your Nose Ring Gauge
• gauge means how thick the wire is
• 22G is thinner & daintier, 20G is standard, and 18G is thicker
• 20G is about the thickness of a regular earring post or hook
• if you don’t know, you can compare to an earring, or ask your piercer

3. Pick your Nose Ring Material
• are you a silver nose ring person? A gold nose ring person? Solid gold, or gold filled? Maybe niobium is just right for you.
• create different looks with different metals – the choice is all yours.
• all of my nose rings are nickel free

Millimeters to Inches:
• 1mm = just over 1/32 inch
• 2mm = just over 1/16 inch
• 3mm = almost 1/8 inch
• 4mm = 5/32 inch (= a bit over 1/8 inch)
• 5mm = just over 3/16 inch
• 6mm = almost 1/4 inch
• 7mm = almost 9/32 inch (= a bit over 1/4 inch)
• 8mm = 5/16 inch
• 9mm = almost 3/8 inch
• 10mm = just over 3/8 inch
• 11mm = almost 7/16 inch
• 12mm = almost 15/32 inch (= almost 1/2 inch)

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

Rockin' Nose Art!