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Introducing the New Era design: a piercing clicker ring meticulously crafted from high-quality 14K solid gold. This exquisite piece features a puffy crescent moon shape adorned with two decorative geometric lines on both sides.

Details:

  • Gauge: 18/16/14
  • Inner Diameter: 7/8/9/10mm
  • Material: 14K Solid Gold
  • Mechanism: Clicker

With its clicker mechanism, this ring ensures both comfort and confidence, allowing you to make a bold and elegant statement with ease. Elevate the beauty of your Septum, Helix, Daith or any other piercing, with the New Era 14K Clicker Ring, a timeless piece designed to captivate and inspire.

New Era - 14K Septum Clicker Ring

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Introducing the New Era design: a piercing clicker ring meticulously crafted from high-quality 14K solid gold. This exquisite piece features a puffy crescent moon shape adorned with two decorative geometric lines on both sides.

Details:

  • Gauge: 18/16/14
  • Inner Diameter: 7/8/9/10mm
  • Material: 14K Solid Gold
  • Mechanism: Clicker

With its clicker mechanism, this ring ensures both comfort and confidence, allowing you to make a bold and elegant statement with ease. Elevate the beauty of your Septum, Helix, Daith or any other piercing, with the New Era 14K Clicker Ring, a timeless piece designed to captivate and inspire.

Available in Yellow, Rose or Natural White 14K gold.

All of my piercing jewelry is made of 14 karat gold. I also offer the option of 18 karat gold upon request. It's important to note that yellow and rose gold options are hypoallergenic.

When it comes to white gold, it contains nickel and is approved by EU regulations. White gold jewelry will come without Rhodium plating by default, unless specifically requested otherwise. The natural white gold alloy I use has a slightly yellowish/greyish hue, and the plating is what gives the white gold its silvery look.

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