Ear piercings

Ear piercings have long been a popular piece of jewelry worn by people all over the world.

There are different types of ear piercings, all of which can be combined with different jewelry to create a unique look. A particularly popular choice is gold ear piercings, which have a luxurious appeal and are often worn by celebrities and fashion icons.

Collection: Ear piercings

Here we take a closer look at the different types of gold ear piercings and how they can be worn

  • Earlobe Piercing: The earlobe piercing is probably the best known and most commonly worn piercing. It is usually pierced in the centre of the earlobe and can be worn with a variety of jewellery such as studs, hoops or hoop earrings. A gold ear piercing can be an elegant and timeless look that goes with almost any outfit.
  • Tragus Piercing: The tragus piercing is a piercing on the piece of cartilage in front of the ear canal. It is a subtle option that is often worn with a small gold labret stud or ring. As the tragus piercing is usually not as visible, it works well for people who want a more discreet piercing.

 

  • Helix Piercing The helix piercing is placed at the top of the ear and can be placed either horizontally or vertically. It is a popular choice for people who want a more noticeable piercing as it is often worn with larger rings or labret studs. A gold helix piercing can create a classy look that goes with almost any outfit.

 

  • Daith Piercing: The Daith piercing is made through the small fold of cartilage in the inner part of the ear. It is a subtle option that is often worn with small gold rings or studs. A gold daith piercing can be a discreet yet luxurious choice that goes with almost any outfit.

 

  • Rook Piercing: The rook piercing is pierced through the antihelix, the fold at the top of the ear. It is a flashier option, often worn with larger gold rings or studs. A gold rook piercing can create a stylish yet bold look that goes with almost any outfit.

 

  • Conch Piercing The conch piercing is placed in the centre of the ear, either on the inner or outer part of the cartilage. It is a versatile option that can be worn with a variety of jewellery such as rings, studs or hoops. A gold shell piercing can create a modern and stylish look that goes with almost any outfit.

 

  • Industrial Piercing: The industrial piercing consists of two piercings that go through the top of the ear and are connected by an elongated bar. It can be worn with a variety of jewellery such as bars, rings or studs and is a bold and unique option.