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14k Gold Indra Septum Clicker

$432.95

14K Gold Indra Septum Clicker

$432.95
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Product Description:

The below measurements are approximate:

  • The entire clicker ring measures 14.9mm tall by 14.8mm wide
  • Made of solid 14k rose, yellow, or white gold
  • Inner wearable measures 8mm in diameter
  • The CZ gems measure 1mm in diameter
  • Product # 32319
  • Material(s): 14k Gold, Solid Rose gold, Synthetic gemstones, Solid White gold, Solid Yellow gold
  • Worn In: Septum
  • Sizes offered: 16g (1.2mm)
  • Colors offered: gold, rosegold, silver
  • Brand: Buddha jewelry
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Customer Reviews (3)
5 Posted on 12/8/2023    by Kaci
Verified purchase 16g 5/16" Rose Gold
This piece was absolutely worth the wait for a good sale, it's everything I wanted for my septum! I've wanted to change to an all gold setup and this piece finally made it happen!
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5 Posted on 3/20/2022
Verified purchase 16g 5/16" Rose Gold
Absolutely stunning piece. Worth every penny
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5 Posted on 11/2/2020    by Hanna
Verified purchase 16g 5/16" Yellow Gold
Gorgeous! So freakin' difficult to insert new jewelry in your own daith but I finally got it after having this clicker for 2 months. The size is perfect and it looks absolutely stunning I love it.
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Customer Questions & Answers

Question: Can the rose gold version be used for a fresh daith piercing?
Answer: Hi there! It really depends on how sensitive you are to some metals. You won't have to worry about nickel, but there is copper in the rose gold mix -- it's how they get that color. If you are completely healed, then there shouldn't be a problem. However, if you are considering getting pierced with it, then I think you should discuss all of your options with their piercer first :)

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