Brass Jewellery Brass is an alloy of copper and zinc. It has been used for thousands of years all over the world to make jewellery. Brass does not rust but... Read More
You will probably have seen this design popping up in some of our jewellery and in lots of tattoos and in case you are wondering here is a short explanation of what this design is.
In around about 1580 the artist John White produced a picture of how he imagined a Pictish woman would have looked using historical descriptions by Julius Caesar and others.
Threadless piercing systems are becoming very popular because of the ease in which you can change the ends of your piercings.
There is a certain spiral based on really simple mathematics which appears everywhere in the natural world from the very small to the very, very big.
The simple answer is that ear hangers are hanging earrings for stretched ears which do not weigh much more than a pair of standard earrings would weigh.
'Labret' comes from the Latin 'Labrum' meaning lip. So a labret piercing is any piercing of the lip, but typically it is the piercing of the lower lip, below the actual lip and in the centre of the chin.
The simple answer to this is yes you can.. but you probably shouldn't!
His father came from Scotland and his mother was the daughter of Tribal Echota Cherokee chiefs and he had incredible stretched ears!
There are no depictions of him actually wearing earrings but there were some large gauge earrings found in his tomb in the 'Valley of the Kings' and one pair is absolutely astounding.
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