Hammered Texture Nose/Septum Ring- Rose Gold Filled
A simple ring featuring a flattened section with hammered texture that catches the light and twinkles nicely. Made from 14k Gold Fill. (go here to read more about gold fill). Because the hammering is one-sided, it is important to have it show to the front when your ring is worn. This is a solid, split ring that will need to twist open and closed. Because of this, thicker gauges and smaller diameters may be difficult to twist with fingers and need the use of pliers or a helper.
Please choose whether your piercing is on your right or left side (from your perspective)- this is the side it will be split on. If it is for a septum and you don't have a preference, choose that option. Same goes for use as earrings. If you have questions please send a message!
Diameters are measured on inside of ring. For your reference here is a basic equivalent of metric to imperial units of measure
9mm (11/32" or 3/8")
Available gauges are 20, 18, 16, 14, and 12 (20 is smallest, 12 largest)ALL PIERCING JEWELRY IS NON-RETURNABLE, NON-REFUNDABLE. PLEASE BE SURE YOU ARE ORDERING THE CORRECT SIZE AND GAUGE.
To find the correct diameter for your jewelry:
Measure the distance from the pierced hole to the edge of where the ring will sit (i.e. the bottom of your nose for septum, the edge of ear for cartilage...) Then choose the diameter of ring that is the closest to your measurement.
To insert your jewelry:
Do not pull the ends apart sideways or it will be nearly impossible to close the ring round again!
Grasp the ring on either side of the split and twist the ends of the ring with both hands. Move your right hand clockwise and your left hand counterclockwise so that the ends twist away from each other in a subtle spiral. Only twist the hoop open wide enough to create a gap the width of the pierced portion of your nose.
Glide one open end of the hoop into the piercing hole. Slide the rest of the ring through the hole as far as it will go in order to get a firm grasp on either side of the ring again.
Use your fingers to gently twist both ends of the ring back toward each other, until they are brought together. Make sure the ends are as close as possible so the ring is secure.
Voila! You look fabulous!