Pair of externally threaded solid 14 karat gold stud earrings, featuring metallic hummingbirds in flight. Suitable for ear, helix, lobe, cartilage, conch, tragus and daith. Designed to last forever, this piercing can be worn everyday and everywhere. This item is made to order and ships within 3 weeks after the date your order is placed. Please choose carefully as all purchases of our made to order range are final sale and non-returnable (orders can not be modified, canceled or returned).
Size & fit
Total length (from wing to tail) 6.2mm (0.24"). Gauge (thickness) 18G (1.0mm). Post length options: 5mm (0.20"), 6mm (0.24"), 7mm (0.28"), 8mm (0.31"). Ball style earring back, suitable for pierced ears.
Material & care
Adornmonde's solid 14 karat gold is a precious metal that suits the girl on the go. It never oxidizes or discolors and can be safely worn when swimming, at the gym or showering. It's stronger than its 18 and 24 karat friends which makes it more difficult to chip and damage. If you are wanting to wear your jewelry always, and never take it off, we recommend purchasing from our 14 karat range. You can keep your 14 karat gold jewelry looking great by using a soft brush and some warm water to lightly scrub it.
Shipping, returns & warranty
This item is made to order and ships out within 3 weeks after the date when your order is placed. Please choose carefully as all purchases of our made to order range are final sale and non-returnable (orders can not be modified, canceled or returned). Items in your order ready to ship or on pre-order will ship seperately.
This is a pre-order item so you can expect a period of time between the purchase of the product & the actual delivery of the product. This item will ship separately to ready to ship and made to order items.
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