Add a pop of color with the Green Gradient Piercing Stud. With tsavorite (symbolising strength & confidence), peridot (symbolising harmony) and one white topaz stone (the stone of manifestation), this piercing stud adds a green sparkle to any stack. Wear it in your lobe, tragus, conch or helix piercing - and it's made from 14k recycled solid gold so you can keep it in your piercings year after year.
For hygiene reasons, to get pierced with this jewelry please do not purchase online. Please book a piercing in one of our stores where it will be available to purchase.
14k Recycled Solid¬†Yellow Gold, Tsavorite, Peridot & White Topaz Stones
6mm x 2mm
11. Upper Lobe
12. Upper Lobe¬†
Earrings are non returnable due to hygiene reasons
The gauge on our Piercing Collection jewelry is thicker than other A&M earrings. For a comfortable fit, this is best for the first time you're changing from your original piercing jewelry.
As most of our pieces are costume jewelry made from sterling silver or brass, plated with 18ct rose gold, 18ct gold and rhodium, they need special looking after for you to enjoy the beauty for a longer period of time. Here‚Äôs a list of tips for you on how to care for your Astrid & Miyu jewelry.
Avoid water: Do not place next to heater, window, air conditioner or in the bathroom. Do not wear in the pool.
Avoid sweat: Remove jewelry when exercising, or any other demanding physical work, as sweating causes the jewelry to tarnish.
Storing in our original boxes or pouches is the best way to keep your jewelry. A zip plastic bag is a great alternative if no longer have the packaging.
Avoid cosmetics: Apply scents or cosmetics before you put on your jewelry. Perfumes and lotions will tarnish the jewelry.
You already know we absolutely love a piercing and our latest solid gold earring range is for all of you wanting to add a little¬†sparkle to your new piercing. Here is a "how to".
1. Measure your existing piercing jewelry to decide between an 8mm and 6mm post.
2. Unscrew the front design from the post.
3. Thread the labret post from the back of your ear through to the front.