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PLAIN GOLD STUDS

9CT GOLD INITIAL CARTILAGE STUD

Christine Alexander Fine Jewellery


Regular price £30.00
9CT GOLD INITIAL CARTILAGE STUD
9CT GOLD INITIAL CARTILAGE STUD
9CT GOLD INITIAL CARTILAGE STUD
9CT GOLD INITIAL CARTILAGE STUD
9CT GOLD INITIAL CARTILAGE STUD
9CT GOLD INITIAL CARTILAGE STUD
9CT GOLD INITIAL CARTILAGE STUD
9CT GOLD INITIAL CARTILAGE STUD
9CT GOLD INITIAL CARTILAGE STUD
9CT GOLD INITIAL CARTILAGE STUD
9CT GOLD INITIAL CARTILAGE STUD
9CT GOLD INITIAL CARTILAGE STUD
9CT GOLD INITIAL CARTILAGE STUD
9CT GOLD INITIAL CARTILAGE STUD
9CT GOLD INITIAL CARTILAGE STUD
9CT GOLD INITIAL CARTILAGE STUD
9CT GOLD INITIAL CARTILAGE STUD
9CT GOLD INITIAL CARTILAGE STUD
9CT GOLD INITIAL CARTILAGE STUD
9CT GOLD INITIAL CARTILAGE STUD
9CT GOLD INITIAL CARTILAGE STUD
9CT GOLD INITIAL CARTILAGE STUD
9CT GOLD INITIAL CARTILAGE STUD
9CT GOLD INITIAL CARTILAGE STUD
9CT GOLD INITIAL CARTILAGE STUD
9CT GOLD INITIAL CARTILAGE STUD

Tiny initial cartilage stud in 9ct Gold. Simple and discreet. This stud will add a fresh touch of glamour to any outfit. Unscrew the threaded ball, insert and fasten. The ball will ensure comfort when sleeping.

The listing is for a single earring. Post length 6mm, ball diameter 2.5mm. 

Your helix piercing should be completely healed before you wear a Gold stud. 9ct Gold is an alloy of Gold and different metals; the likelihood of a reaction is greatly increased if any part of the piercing is not healed. Suitable depending on your ear size, for a helix, conch or tragus piercing.

Whereas most metals are grey or silvery white, Gold is slightly reddish-yellow. Common coloured Gold alloys include the distinctive eighteen-karat Rose Gold created by the addition of copper. Alloys containing palladium are also important in commercial jewellery as these produce White Gold alloys. Fourteen- and eighteen-karat Gold alloys with Silver alone appear greenish-yellow and are referred to as Green Gold. Less commonly, the addition of manganese, aluminium, indium and other elements can produce more unusual colours of Gold for various applications.

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