Big Braided Bud Silver Nose Stud

22.99
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Big Braided Bud Silver Nose Stud

22.99
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What could be more awesome than a nose stud with a sleek, silver domed effect? Adding a braided twist around all that gleaming silver. So that's what I've done.

I handcraft these in two sizes - this 5mm (just over 3/16") version and the smaller 4mm (a bit over 1/8" ) version.

  • nickel free argentium sterling silver

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

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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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What could be more awesome than a nose stud with a sleek, silver domed effect? Adding a braided twist around all that gleaming silver. So that's what I've done.

I handcraft these in two sizes - this 5mm (just over 3/16") version and the smaller 4mm (a bit over 1/8" ) version.

  • nickel free argentium sterling silver

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!