Rose gold captive bead ring with coloured gem

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Note! For these piercing rings you will need special forceps to open and close the ring. Click here for this forceps or read more about it above.

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Rose gold body jewellery is very populair. This lovely ball closure ring is made of 316L surgical staal and covered with a small layer of rose gold.

Choose from a variety of different sizes and gem stone colours. Gold plated piercings are not the same as solid gold jewellery. If you avoid any contact with water, the piercing will stay beautifull for quite a while. After a while, the rose gold layer will be gone.

Ball closure ring piercings are hard to get in. The ring needs to be openend and closes with the help of special forceps. Once openen, you can place the ring and put the ball back in place. Then you can close the ring again with the forceps to stay in it's place.

Ball Closure Ring - Size Guide

As the illustration shows, the Ball Closure Ring's diameter is the 'inside' diameter. You can measure the diameter with a ruler or something similar.

Measuring the thickness is more complicated. We recommend using a caliper tool with a digital display to measure it accurately.


To help you order your new Ball Closure Ring in the correct sizes, we have an overview of the Standard or Most Common Sizes for the most popular body parts. Some body parts, such as the Cartilage or Clit, may require more specific sizes for your particular piercing. Visit the category page of your body part for more detailed sizing information.


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 8 - 10 mm



Most Common Sizes

Thickness 1.2 mm

Diameter 8 - 10 mm



Most Common Sizes

Thickness 1.6 mm

Diameter 12 - 19 mm



Standard Sizes

Thickness 0.8 mm

Diameter 8 mm



Standard Sizes

Thickness 1.2 mm

Diameter 8 mm

316L Surgical Steel - Material Guide

316L Surgical Steel is by far the most used material for Piercing Jewellery. The name sometimes creates confusion, resulting in mistaken 316L Surgical Steel for Surgical Steel.

In this Material Guide we explain the difference. We also look into the Pros and Cons and inform you about taking proper care of your 316L Surgical Steel Jewellery.

Introduction to 316L Surgical Steel

316L Surgical Steel is high-quality stainless steel. To be more precise, it is part of 'Surgical Stainless Steel'. The material is robust, durable, and affordable. The combination of metals used to create 316L Surgical Steel offers the possibility to process it more easily than more hardened steels such as titanium. Later on this page we will dive deeper into the matter.

Although 316L Surgical Steel is the most used material for Piercing Jewellery worldwide, it is not suitable for everyone. People sensitive to metals, and Nickel in particular, can not stand it well. Luckily there are plenty of alternatives of Nickel-free Piercings, such as Titanium.

316L Surgical Steel is quite hard, which makes it more complicated to create the intricate details of piercings and earrings. To keep jewellery affordable, often a second material is used to create the fine details of the piece. Brass is the most common second material used because it is a resilient metal. Be aware that piercings and earrings made with brass are very sensitive to discoloration.

If you want to wear your 316L Surgical Steel jewellery for a long time, make sure to get one without added brass. You can find any second material, if used at all, on the 'more information' tab of the product page.


Pros and Cons

Pure 316L Surgical Steel won't tarnish.
Shiny Silver color.
Strong, robust and durable.
Contains trace amounts of Nickel.
Is sensitive to discoloration if brass is used as the second material.

316L Surgical Steel Explained

316L Surgical Steel is the official name for a combination of metals creating this type of surgical stainless steel. The L stands for 'Low Carbon', an added element to increase hardness and tensile strength. Nickel, another element known to increase hardness, is added to make up for the low carbon amount. Although 316L Surgical Steel only contains trace amounts of nickel, this fact makes the material unsuited for people with a nickel allergy. The best alternatives are Titanium and 14 kt. Gold.

316L Surgical Steel is sometimes confused with Surgical Steel. While the names are very similar, the materials themselves are not. Without making things too complicated, the essential difference is that Surgical Steel is an 'Implant Grade' classified surgical steel. Amongst other distinctions, Surgical Implant Materials doesn't contain any Nickel at all. Surgical Steel is much more expensive than 316L Surgical Steel. Hence, most Piercing Jewellery on the market is made of 316L Surgical Steel instead. While some piercing studios use initial Piercing Jewellery made of Surgical Steel, most piercing artists will use Titanium Piercings.

"For people sensitive to metals, and Nickel in particular, Titanium or 14 kt. Gold are the best alternatives."

Piercing Jewellery in a shiny Silver color is always in demand. 316L Surgical Steel is polished and almost looks like Silver. In contrary to actual Sterling Silver, 316L Surgical Steel will stay beautiful much longer than Silver. The durability of the material is simply better when directly compared. Especially when you follow up on our maintenance tips, your 316L Surgical Steel Jewellery will last for years to come.


When you shop for new Piercing Jewellery, make use of the filters to find only Piercings made of the Material you are after.

Colourful Platings

Classic Silver is beautiful and matches practically every outfit. There are many reasons why we desire more colourful designs. Often Piercings are available in various colours. Yellow Gold and Rose Gold are not that hard to find throughout our website. Black is another color hugely in demand. If you're after something brighter, you can find essentially every colour from the rainbow.

Most times, such colourful Piercing Jewellery is produced of 316L Surgical Steel and covered with a thin plating of another material that adds the colour. The most typical plating techniques are gold and PVD plating. When a plating is used, this is mentioned on the product page. You can click on the attribute for detailed information about the plating used.

Bear in mind that the plated layer is thin. It may fade quickly when not cared for correctly. If you are sensitive to Nickel or metal in general, a plated Piercing is not protecting your skin. At some point, your skin will contact the 316L Surgical Steel base.

White polishing cloth for piercings and jewellery
White polishing cloth for piercings and jewellery
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Maintenance Instructions

Proper maintenance for your Piercing Jewellery will significantly improve the lifetime. As we mentioned earlier, 316L Surgical Steel with brass used as a second material is very sensitive to discolouration. When brass is used, ensure the jewellery is thoroughly dried to prevent tarnishing.

Gold plated Jewellery may fade quickly if not well cared for. For gold plated Jewellery we strongly recommend not wearing the Jewel when taking a shower or swim. Other types of plated Jewellery are less delicate but still require some precaution. Rinse the Piercing first when it came in contact with saltwater. Do not expose plated Jewellery to perfume, hair spray, makeup, and chemical cleaners.

You can sterilize non-plated Piercings made of 316L Surgical Steel with alcohol, such as our alcohol pads. Use our polishing cloth to keep your piercings and earrings shine like new. Do not clean any plated Jewellery with alcohol, and don't polish them. Instead, use luke warm water combined with mild soap for cleaning.

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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