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Jewelry Lookbook

Elevate your style with our exquisite collection of fine jewelry. We carry a wide range of options for our clients individual needs.

When it comes to selecting jewelry, there are many factors to consider, including the type of material, the style, and the gauge or thickness of the jewelry. Below is a brief description of some common materials, styles, and gauges used in jewelry selection.

Jewelry Options

Surgical steal:

Surgical steel is a type of steel that is often used in piercing jewelry due to its high resistance to corrosion and ability to be sterilized. It is also hypoallergenic, making it an excellent choice for those with sensitive skin. Surgical steel can be used in a variety of piercing jewelry styles, including studs, hoops, and barbells.


Titanium is a lightweight and durable metal that is hypoallergenic, making it an excellent choice for those with sensitive skin. It also has a unique metallic luster that gives it a distinctive appearance.

14kt Gold: 14kt gold is a popular material for jewelry because it is durable and has a beautiful, warm color.

18kt Gold: 18kt gold is a higher quality of gold that has a more vibrant and rich color than 14kt gold.


Gemstones can add a pop of color and sparkle to your piercing jewelry. Some popular gemstones used in piercing jewelry include diamonds, sapphires, and emeralds. These gemstones can be set in a variety of materials, including gold, silver, and titanium.


Gauges are a measure of the thickness or diameter of the jewelry. We carry common guage sizes ranging from 20 gauge (0.8mm) to 00 gauge (10mm) or larger.

Jewelry Styles


Threaded jewelry is a type of jewelry where the ends of the jewelry have a threaded post that screws into the inside of a threaded ball or other decorative end. This type of jewelry is easy to change and secure, making it a popular choice for body piercings.


Non-threaded jewelry is a type of jewelry that does not have a threaded post, and instead relies on friction or pressure to hold it in place. For some piercing options this may not be recommended but for a wide variety of piercings this can be a popular option.

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