Brass Seamless Ring with Double Row of Crystal Paving

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Seamless Ring - Size Guide

For Seamless Rings, we look at the Inside Diameter. You can measure the Diameter with something like a ruler.

For the thickness, use a specialized tool like a caliper tool with a digital display.


Below an overview of the most popular body parts to wear a Seamless Ring. Find the standard or most common sizes for each but don't let you hold back if you prefer other measurements.


Belly Button

Standard Sizes

Thickness 1.6 mm

Diameter 10 mm



Most Common Sizes

Thickness 1.2 mm

Diameter 6 - 8 mm



Most Common Sizes

Thickness 1.2 mm

Diameter 6 - 8 mm



Most Common Sizes

Thickness 1.2 mm

Diameter 8 - 10 mm



Most Common Sizes

Thickness 1.2 mm

Diameter 8 - 10 mm



Standard Sizes

Thickness 0.8 mm

Diameter 8 mm



Most Common Sizes

Thickness 1.6 mm

Diameter 12 - 19 mm



Standard Sizes

Thickness 1.2 mm

Diameter 8 mm

Brass - Material Guide

Brass is a popular material used for jewellery. It is much easier to process than stainless steel, allowing for affordable jewellery pieces like earrings.

In this material guide we take a more in-depth look at Brass as a material.

Introduction to Brass

Brass is an alloy made of copper and zinc with added nickel to increase the hardness of the material. Brass is malleable and, therefore, ideal for complex jewellery designs. Many piercings made of 316L surgical steel have certain parts of the piece made of brass. Intricate details of the piercings made of brass result in a more affordable end product.

Brass tarnishes over time as it oxidizes from air and moisture. When you buy brass jewellery or any piece that contains a bit of brass, we recommend keeping the jewel dry at all times.


Pros and Cons

Brass jewellery is affordable.
Brass itself has a vintage look.
Brass has a resemblance to gold.
Brass is known to tarnish quickly.
Jewellery made of brass contains nickel.

Brass Explained

Due to the high percentage of copper used in brass, the material resembles the look of gold. The downside of the copper content is that brass jewellery may turn your skin green. As brass oxidates, it will react to the sweat from your body, creating copper chelates.

Brass is a widespread material for jewellery makers around the world. Piercings of 316L surgical steel often come with stone settings or decorative parts. As brass is a resilient metal, it is often used as a second material to create such details. Using brass allows for more affordable jewellery pieces as the same design purely made of 316L surgical steel can easily cost twice as much.

Be aware that piercings partially made with brass can tarnish quickly. Keep such jewellery away from moisture and sweat to keep it in good condition for as long as possible. Note that brass will tarnish over time due to oxidation by air.

"The downside of the copper content is that brass jewellery may turn your skin green."

In addition to the main contents of copper and zinc, nickel is almost always added to the mix. Although this is not harmful to most people, when you are sensitive to nickel, such jewellery is not suitable.


When you store your brass jewellery, consider doing so in an airtight plastic bag to minimize exposure to air.

Maintenance Instructions

The most crucial tip for brass jewellery is to keep it away from any moisture or sweat. Don't wear your jewellery while taking a shower or when exercising. Minimize the exposure to air when you store your brass jewellery.

When you want to clean tarnished brass jewellery, use a specific brass cleaner or lemon juice to easily clean brass jewellery at home.

Other Material Guides

With Material Guides like this one, we want to help you make informed decisions when purchasing one of our Piercings online. We have written a Guide for most of the materials you will find in our webshop.

If you want to learn more about the differences between the materials used for Piercing Jewellery, read a bit more by browsing through all of our Material Guides. Our customer service can also assist you if you have any questions left before deciding what material best fits your needs.

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