Artisan Polished Moon 14K Gold Labret Nose Cartilage Flat Back Earring – FreshTrends
Moon Artisan Polished 14K Gold Labret Tragus Nose Cartilage Flat Back Earring
Moon Artisan Polished 14K Gold Labret Tragus Nose Cartilage Flat Back Earring
Moon Artisan Polished 14K Gold Labret Tragus Nose Cartilage Flat Back Earring
Moon Artisan Polished 14K Gold Labret Tragus Nose Cartilage Flat Back Earring
Moon Artisan Polished 14K Gold Labret Tragus Nose Cartilage Flat Back Earring
Moon Artisan Polished 14K Gold Labret Tragus Nose Cartilage Flat Back Earring
Moon Artisan Polished 14K Gold Labret Tragus Nose Cartilage Flat Back Earring

Measuring body jewelry

How do I know what size my body piercing is?

These are the standard sizes for body jewelry used for each piercing. However, we cannot guarantee that the size on our chart is the size used for your specific piercing. These are the standard gauges and lengths used by professional piercers. Everyone's body is different, and sometimes piercers will use different lengths and gauges depending on your body or the type of jewelry you want to wear. If you are unsure of what size piercing jewelry to get, we recommend calling your piercer to asking him or her.

Standard piercing sizes

Piercing Standard Gauge Standard Length
Belly / Navel Ring 14G 3/8" , 7/16"
Nose Piercing 20G , 18G 1/4" , 5/16"
Tongue Piercing 14G 5/8"
Cartilage Piercing 16G , 18G 3/16" , 1/4" and 5/16"
Eyebrow Piercing 16G (14G is also commonly used) 1/4" , 5/16" and 3/8"
Industrial Barbell 14G (16G is also commonly used) 1 1/2" (varies)
Labret Lip Rings 14G or 16G 1/4" , 5/16", and 3/8"
Monroe Piercing 16G 1/4" , 5/16" and 3/8"
Nipple Piercing 14G 3/8" , 1/2"
Tragus / Helix / Rook / Conch / Daith 16G , 18G 3/16", 1/4" , 5/16" and 3/8"
Septum 14G (16G is also commonly used) 3/8", 7/16", 1/2", and 5/8"
Ear 20G and 18G

Gauge

What gauge is my piercing jewelry?

The gauge size of your piercing is the thickness of the bar that goes through your piercing. In other words, it's the barbell's thickness. Note that the thicker the barbell, the lower the gauge size. So a 12 gauge (or 12G) barbell is much thicker than a 20 gauge (20G) barbell.

Gauge thickness size chart

Piercing Jewelry Length

What is the length of my piercing jewelry?

The length of your piercing jewelry refers to the wearable length of the barbell that goes through your piercing. It is measured from the top to the bottom of the straight barbell and does not include the balls or charms.
Length measurement chart

Piercing Jewelry Diameter

What is the diameter of my piercing jewelry?

Diameter is used to measure the size of round barbells like hoops, captives, and circulars. It is measured from the inner and widest point of the circle.



Diameter measurement chart

How to measure captive bead rings and hoops

Captive bead rings

Captive Bead Rings are measured from the largest inside diameter.

Captive Bead Rings are also known as CBRs, BCRs, and Ball Captive Rings. They come in many variations, shapes, and sizes, but the same measuring rule applies. Always measure the largest inside diameter of the circle.

We carry captives in a variety of gauges and lengths to suit any piercing. If you cannot find a specific size you need, please contact us.

How to measure the length of straight barbells

Straight Barbells

Measure the length of a barbell between the two balls along the length of the bar, as shown in the diagram.

We carry barbells in an assortment of gauges and lengths so that you can find the perfect fit for you specific piercing.

How to measure the length/diameter of circular barbells

Circular Barbells / Horseshoe barbells

Circular/horseshoe barbells are commonly used as belly rings, nipple rings, eyebrow rings, earrings, ear plugs, and for genital piercings. Circular barbells are measured from the largest inside diameter.

All piercings are different, which is why we have a great selection of 14k gold circular barbells in every gauge and length.

How to measure the length of curved barbells

Curved Barbells & Belly Button Rings

Curved barbells, also know as bent barbells, are commonly used for belly button rings, nipple rings, eyebrow jewelry, rook piercings, and even septum piercings. Curved barbells are measured in a straight line from the inner length between the two balls.

We carry curved barbells in 20G - 14G.

How to measure nose ring length

Nose Rings

The standard gauge for nose rings is 18G. Nose twists, also known as nose screws or nose studs, are measured from the base of the ball or charm to the beginning of the twist, as shown in the diagram. Measure nose bones to the end of the shaft before the beaded tip. Nose fishtails are measured from the base of the ball or charm to the end of the barbell. For more help picking the right nose ring for you, check out our Nose Piercing & Jewelry Guide.

We carry nose rings in 18G - 20G. From diamond nose rings to sapphire studs, we have tons of beautiful styles to choose from in gold and platinum.

Diamond Nose Ring Size Chart

How to measure the length of flat-back studs

Labrets, Lip Rings, Cartilage & Tragus Earrings

Labrets, also know as flat back barbells, are worn in a variety of piercings around the cheeks and mouth as well as in tragus earrings and cartilage studs. The flat back is perfect for piercings that require a close fit. They are measured from the base of the ball to the top of the flat disc. Standard lengths for labrets are 1/4" or 5/16". The 3/16" is generally used for cartilage piercings rather than lip piercings for a nice, snug fit.

We carry labrets in many different sizes and styles.

How to measure the length of plugs and tunnels

Plugs, Tunnels, and Earlets Body Jewelry

An ear plug wearable length is measured from the inside edge of the horizontal line, as shown in the diagram. The same measurement applies of earlets and ear tunnel body jewelry.

Plugs are manufactured in many different gauges, designs, and variations.


 


 






Inches & MM Conversion Charts:

Please find a conversion charts below for those of you using the metric system.

Gauge to Millimeters Conversion

Gauge Inches Millimeters
22G .025 0.64mm
20G .032" 0.81mm
18G .040" 1.0mm
16G .050" 1.2mm
14G .064" 1.6mm
12G .082" 2.0mm
10G .102" 2.5mm
8G .125" 3.0mm
6G .162" 4.0mm
4G .204" 5.0mm
2G .250" 6.0mm
0G .312" 8.0mm
00G .375" 10.0mm

Length & Diameter Conversion

Inches Millimeters
3/16" 4.7
1/4" 6.4
5/16" 8
3/8" 9.5
7/16" 11
1/2" 13
9/16" 14
5/8" 16
3/4" 19
7/8" 22
15/16" 24
1" 25
1 1/2" 38

 

 

 

Moon Artisan Polished 14K Gold Labret Tragus Nose Cartilage Flat Back Earring

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Description

The polished gold of this tiny moon charm will shine as brightly as the moon on a clear night. The dainty charm is unassuming, but the solid, 14k gold makes it absolutely luminous, standing out among even the most intricate jewelry pieces. The flat back makes it perfect for flat, tragus, nose, or lip piercings, and since it's internally threaded, you know that it's quality.  Each piece of body jewelry is made by hand by our very own jewelers, so you'll feel as though you are getting the celebrity treatment when you receive your handcrafted jewelry piece. 
  • 3mm x 5mm moon charm
  • Nickel-free solid 14k gold
  • Internally threaded
  • 3mm flat-back disc backing for a super-comfy fit
  • Handmade in the USA
  • Available in 18 Gauge (1mm) and 16 Gauge (1.2mm)
  • Choose from Yellow, White, and Rose Gold
  • Great for Helix, Forward Helix, Tragus, Nose and Lip and more

      Measuring body jewelry

      How do I know what size my body piercing is?

      These are the standard sizes for body jewelry used for each piercing. However, we cannot guarantee that the size on our chart is the size used for your specific piercing. These are the standard gauges and lengths used by professional piercers. Everyone's body is different, and sometimes piercers will use different lengths and gauges depending on your body or the type of jewelry you want to wear. If you are unsure of what size piercing jewelry to get, we recommend calling your piercer to asking him or her.

      Standard piercing sizes

      Piercing Standard Gauge Standard Length
      Belly / Navel Ring 14G 3/8" , 7/16"
      Nose Piercing 20G , 18G 1/4" , 5/16"
      Tongue Piercing 14G 5/8"
      Cartilage Piercing 16G , 18G 3/16" , 1/4" and 5/16"
      Eyebrow Piercing 16G (14G is also commonly used) 1/4" , 5/16" and 3/8"
      Industrial Barbell 14G (16G is also commonly used) 1 1/2" (varies)
      Labret Lip Rings 14G or 16G 1/4" , 5/16", and 3/8"
      Monroe Piercing 16G 1/4" , 5/16" and 3/8"
      Nipple Piercing 14G 3/8" , 1/2"
      Tragus / Helix / Rook / Conch / Daith 16G , 18G 3/16", 1/4" , 5/16" and 3/8"
      Septum 14G (16G is also commonly used) 3/8", 7/16", 1/2", and 5/8"
      Ear 20G and 18G

      Gauge

      What gauge is my piercing jewelry?

      The gauge size of your piercing is the thickness of the bar that goes through your piercing. In other words, it's the barbell's thickness. Note that the thicker the barbell, the lower the gauge size. So a 12 gauge (or 12G) barbell is much thicker than a 20 gauge (20G) barbell.

      Gauge thickness size chart

      Piercing Jewelry Length

      What is the length of my piercing jewelry?

      The length of your piercing jewelry refers to the wearable length of the barbell that goes through your piercing. It is measured from the top to the bottom of the straight barbell and does not include the balls or charms.
      Length measurement chart

      Piercing Jewelry Diameter

      What is the diameter of my piercing jewelry?

      Diameter is used to measure the size of round barbells like hoops, captives, and circulars. It is measured from the inner and widest point of the circle.



      Diameter measurement chart

      How to measure captive bead rings and hoops

      Captive bead rings

      Captive Bead Rings are measured from the largest inside diameter.

      Captive Bead Rings are also known as CBRs, BCRs, and Ball Captive Rings. They come in many variations, shapes, and sizes, but the same measuring rule applies. Always measure the largest inside diameter of the circle.

      We carry captives in a variety of gauges and lengths to suit any piercing. If you cannot find a specific size you need, please contact us.

      How to measure the length of straight barbells

      Straight Barbells

      Measure the length of a barbell between the two balls along the length of the bar, as shown in the diagram.

      We carry barbells in an assortment of gauges and lengths so that you can find the perfect fit for you specific piercing.

      How to measure the length/diameter of circular barbells

      Circular Barbells / Horseshoe barbells

      Circular/horseshoe barbells are commonly used as belly rings, nipple rings, eyebrow rings, earrings, ear plugs, and for genital piercings. Circular barbells are measured from the largest inside diameter.

      All piercings are different, which is why we have a great selection of 14k gold circular barbells in every gauge and length.

      How to measure the length of curved barbells

      Curved Barbells & Belly Button Rings

      Curved barbells, also know as bent barbells, are commonly used for belly button rings, nipple rings, eyebrow jewelry, rook piercings, and even septum piercings. Curved barbells are measured in a straight line from the inner length between the two balls.

      We carry curved barbells in 20G - 14G.

      How to measure nose ring length

      Nose Rings

      The standard gauge for nose rings is 18G. Nose twists, also known as nose screws or nose studs, are measured from the base of the ball or charm to the beginning of the twist, as shown in the diagram. Measure nose bones to the end of the shaft before the beaded tip. Nose fishtails are measured from the base of the ball or charm to the end of the barbell. For more help picking the right nose ring for you, check out our Nose Piercing & Jewelry Guide.

      We carry nose rings in 18G - 20G. From diamond nose rings to sapphire studs, we have tons of beautiful styles to choose from in gold and platinum.

      Diamond Nose Ring Size Chart

      How to measure the length of flat-back studs

      Labrets, Lip Rings, Cartilage & Tragus Earrings

      Labrets, also know as flat back barbells, are worn in a variety of piercings around the cheeks and mouth as well as in tragus earrings and cartilage studs. The flat back is perfect for piercings that require a close fit. They are measured from the base of the ball to the top of the flat disc. Standard lengths for labrets are 1/4" or 5/16". The 3/16" is generally used for cartilage piercings rather than lip piercings for a nice, snug fit.

      We carry labrets in many different sizes and styles.

      How to measure the length of plugs and tunnels

      Plugs, Tunnels, and Earlets Body Jewelry

      An ear plug wearable length is measured from the inside edge of the horizontal line, as shown in the diagram. The same measurement applies of earlets and ear tunnel body jewelry.

      Plugs are manufactured in many different gauges, designs, and variations.


       


       






      Inches & MM Conversion Charts:

      Please find a conversion charts below for those of you using the metric system.

      Gauge to Millimeters Conversion

      Gauge Inches Millimeters
      22G .025 0.64mm
      20G .032" 0.81mm
      18G .040" 1.0mm
      16G .050" 1.2mm
      14G .064" 1.6mm
      12G .082" 2.0mm
      10G .102" 2.5mm
      8G .125" 3.0mm
      6G .162" 4.0mm
      4G .204" 5.0mm
      2G .250" 6.0mm
      0G .312" 8.0mm
      00G .375" 10.0mm

      Length & Diameter Conversion

      Inches Millimeters
      3/16" 4.7
      1/4" 6.4
      5/16" 8
      3/8" 9.5
      7/16" 11
      1/2" 13
      9/16" 14
      5/8" 16
      3/4" 19
      7/8" 22
      15/16" 24
      1" 25
      1 1/2" 38

       

       

       

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