Surgical Steel Gem Set Dome Curved Barbell

Surgical Steel Gem Set Dome Curved Barbell

This curved barbell is ideal for a Prince Albert piercing, a navel or even an eyebrow piercing. Anywhere that you want the jewelry to sit flatter against your skin rather then the typical ball look the domes are great for. This piece has a gem inlay that gives it a classier look making this piece perfect for a special occasion and daily wear.

About Body_Jewelry:
The owner and manager of The Chain Gang, Russ was the first licensed piercer in his county in Florida in 1994. He founded The Chain Gang all the way back in 1992. He was one of the first people in this business to understand the value and importance of Internet so the website soon followed. Russ is dedicated to the art of body piercing and the best quality body jewelry. As a licensed body piercer, Russ understands customers' needs and demands when it comes to high-quality, durable and stunning body jewelry. Russ says: "With body jewelry, quality is everything. The Chain Gang uses only the finest materials available. Safety and functionality are vital for all body jewelry so this is the standard I intend to keep for all the products offered by The Chain Gang. Of course, aesthetic is also important so I always take special care on choosing only the most stunning and functional body jewelry. The Chain Gang is dedicated to providing the best service to our customers and I am always ready to listen to all the comments, questions and requests and help people in their search for the perfect body jewelry they will enjoy".

2 thoughts on “Surgical Steel Gem Set Dome Curved Barbell

  1. Hi, would it be possible to seek your advice about buying some barbells?

    I want to order some straight barbells for my ears (18 or 16 gauge, I currently have 16 gauge captive bead rings in), but every piercing shop I’ve gone to in person doesn’t sell smaller than a 14 or 12. I was wondering, if I were to order barbells on line, what length would best work for lobe and cartilage piercings?


  2. Just use a regular earring to mark and measure it. Put in a post earring then have someone mark the shaft with a marker at the back of the ear. Then measure the distance from top to the mark. Odds are it will be either 1/4″ or 3/16″. Hope that helps some.

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