Cartilage Chain Earring; Sterling Silver Cartilage Chain Earring
This ear cartilage chain is super cute and simple!
It can be worn in three different ways: on the top of your ear, down the length of your ear, or even around your earlobe. I love this piece because its so versatile AND you can mix and match it with other earring styles to create a fun look.
The chain is made from 925 Sterling Silver and the wire used to secure it to the huggie hoop is also made from 925 Sterling Silver.
Cartilage chain earring with surgical steel and gold plated.
Lead free, nickel free and hypoallergenic.
Not intended for children under 14 years of age.
Handcrafted in the USA.
Chain Earring with Heart
Chain Earring with Ball
Chain Earring with Bar
Chain Earring with Sphere
What you’ll need:
Jewelry wire (we used 24 gauge)**
A pair of needle-nose pliers**
A pair of wire cutters**
- Use your wire cutters to remove the clip-on backs from the earrings.**
- Cut a slightly longer piece of wire than your desired chain length and wrap it around the first earring loop, as shown below. Make sure you leave a small amount at the ends so that you can wrap the ends around the chain and create a secure hold.
Can You Put Normal Earrings into Cartilage?
It’s not recommended to put normal earrings into cartilage, because the weight can cause stretching and tearing.
You can wear normal earrings in your cartilage if you want, but it’s not recommended.
The skin on your cartilage is thin and delicate, so it can easily stretch and tear. If you wear normal earrings in this spot, the weight from them could potentially cause damage to the skin. This can lead to infections, scarring, or other issues that may require a medical procedure to correct them.
If you do decide to wear normal earrings in your cartilage, try to keep an eye on the area for any changes that could indicate a problem. And be sure to keep your ears clean by regularly washing them with soap and water and drying them with a clean towel.
You can put normal earrings into your cartilage. There are two holes in the top part of your ear and you can use any earring with a post style back. However, if you have just pierced your ears and they are still healing I would recommend getting a pair of earrings that screw on instead of push on as they will be easier to take off when you need to clean them. Also, since cartilage takes longer to heal than regular piercing they may be more sensitive than normal.
Yes, you can put normal earrings into cartilage piercings. Cartilage is one of the toughest parts of your body, so it’s not as soft as earlobe piercings and therefore requires a little more care.
For cartilage piercings, you can buy L shaped ear studs that are made for it. The L shaped earring will fit into the hole better than a normal earring would.
Putting earrings in the cartilage is typically safe as long as you use a piercing that is made from surgical-grade steel, titanium or 14-karat gold. Stainless steel and other materials may cause an allergic reaction.
Keep your earring clean and disinfected using alcohol or saline solution until the piercing heals completely.
This will take at least three months before you can change out the jewelry, although it can take up to six months for some people. You should not try to remove the jewelry until your piercing has healed completely to avoid infection or tearing of the skin.
You should also care for your new piercing by avoiding swimming pools, hot tubs and lakes until it’s completely healed, as well as avoid touching it with unwashed hands.
Yes, you can wear normal earrings in cartilage piercings.
The only difference between a regular piercing and a cartilage piercing is where the piercing is done.
You have to be sure that the post of the stud won’t poke out the back of your ear though. If the post is too long for your ear, you’ll need to find shorter studs.
It’s not advised to put earrings into your cartilage piercings. The piercing is thicker and has more of a tendency to get infected then a normal earlobe piercing. It is also a good idea to use earrings designed specifically for cartilage piercings, they are bent at the top so they don’t fall out.
Cartilage piercings are notoriously more painful than lobe piercings. Some people opt to get and wear cartilage earrings made from non-traditional materials, such as glass, plastic, or wood. These materials may be lighter and less likely to cause irritation.
Some types of earrings are not recommended for cartilage piercings because they can cause irritation or infection. If you choose to wear traditional metal earring posts or hoops in a cartilage piercing, make sure the posts are made from a hypoallergenic material that is designed for sensitive skin.
You should also avoid wearing studs made from sterling silver in cartilage piercings. Sterling silver contains copper, which can irritate the skin and lead to an allergic reaction over time.
What are The Earrings Called That go From Lobe to Cartilage?
I’m thinking of getting a pair of earrings that go from the lobe to the cartilage, but I don’t know what they’re called. Does anyone know?
In the world of body jewelry, there are many different types of earrings to choose from. There are also many different types of ear piercings that have evolved throughout history.
Some of the most popular types of earrings are studs, hoops and drop earrings. Each one has its own style and way of being worn.
Stud earrings are the most common type. They consist of a post that is inserted into the ear and held in place by a backing or clutch that keeps them in place. These are very versatile and come in a variety of styles and sizes.
Hoops are another popular style that have been worn for ages. Hoops have a metal loop that goes through the piercing with a backing to keep them secure on your ears.
Drop earrings are similar to studs but they hang from a chain or hoop on your ears instead of going straight through your piercing like studs do. They can be worn with any outfit for an elegant look.
Earrings can also be worn in different types of piercings such as: Lobe (in-ear lobe), Tragus (in-ear cartilage), Conch (on inner curve between outer edge and helix ridge), Rook (on interior cartilage halfway between
It’s called a “cuff” or “ear cuff”.
Ear cuffs are earrings that do not go through the earlobe but can be attached to the edge of the ear, or just slide up and down on the cartilage in front of the lobe.
Some people have actual holes in their cartilages and wear earrings there, but most people don’t.
If you can find a person with cartilage piercings, they’ll probably be able to show you what the thing is that you are looking for.
They’re called crawlers, climber or crawler earrings.
They’re sometimes also known as “climbers”, but that term is more frequently used for rings that climb up your fingers, for example: