Material Info

Material Information

My Body Piercing Jewellery does not personally manufacture any of the items in our store.  Material information is given as provided by our suppliers and My Body Piercing Jewellery takes no responsibility for errors in material information.

316L Surgical Steel

Solid Titanium

Plated / Anodised

14kt Gold Plated

Solid Gold

Acrylic & Glass

Bioflex /PTFE

Organics

Silver

***Please note that bars/posts will be made from the stated material, but other parts such as dangles and shields may be made from rhodium plated over brass or copper.

Please note colours may differ slighlty due to computer monitors.

 

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316L Surgical Steel

Implant quality 316L Surgical Steel is used in all our surgical steel body jewellery.  This is the most common material used in body piercing jewellery due to its resistance to corrosion, low maintenance, and familiar shine.  Quality surgical steel also has excellent biocompatility qualities and is great for most people to wear.  316L Surgical Grade Stainless Steel is also used for medical and dental implants.

View our 316L Surgical Steel range. 

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Solid Titanium

Most of the Solid Titanium sold by My Body Piercing Jewellery is made from Implant Grade 23 Titanium (Ti6AL4V ELI).  Some are Grade 5 and are clearly defined as such.  Titanium jewellery is lightweight, highly corrosion resistant and is hypoallergenic, which means this jewellery is perfect for anyone with allergic reactions or sensitivities to metal.

View our Solid Titanium range.

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Plated / Anodised

Titanium is anodized over the implant grade surgical steel jewellery giving it the same qualities as Titanium jewellery (hypoallergenic) as well as giving the jewellery an amazing coating of bright and bold colour.

View our IP/Titanium Anodised range.

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14kt Gold Plated

The same 14Kt gold as used in our Solid Gold range is used to plate implant grade surgical steel jewellery, allowing you to get the look of luxurious gold jewellery at a fraction of the price.

View our 14kt Gold Plated range.

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Solid Gold

Amazing styles and designs are available in our stunning range of 14Kt Solid Gold jewellery.  All Solid Gold jewellery carries the Geniune 14Kt imprint.

View our Solid Gold range.

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Acrylic & Glass

Acrylic and glass jewellery is a great option for anyone with sensitivities to metal.  Acrylic is a popular choice for body jewellery due to its amazing range of colours and styles.  It is very lightweight and easy to wear.  Some styles of acrylic jewellery are UV, blacklight and glow in the dark, and also bright, vivid solid colours.

View our Acrylic & Glass range.

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Bioflex /PTFE

Bioflex/PTFE jewellery has some amazing properties.  It is hypo-allergenic, bendable, auto-clavable and non-magnetic.  It is perfect for use in hospitals and when getting x-rays.  It is a perfect choice for anyone wanting a little more flexibility in their jewellery.

View our Bioflex /PTFE range.

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Organics

The organics range of body jewellery has, arguably, the most creative and stunning designs.  Organic materials include bone, horn, wood, semi-precious stone, mother-of-pearl shell and abalone shell.  Apart from the incredible styles available, Organics are very popular due to  the fact the jewellery is natural, can 'breathe' and keeps steady with your body temperature.  All this allows this exotic style of jewellery to 'fit' in with your body in a healthier way, although a little more care is required to keep organic jewellery looking and feeling their best.

View our Bone/Horn range.

View our Stone & Stone look range.

View our Wood range.

View our Brass range.

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Silver

Sterling silver has a beautiful shine and lustre that is very elegant, all of which makes it an easy choice for eye-catching jewellery. Sometimes referred to as 925, it is 92.5% silver with 7.5% alloying materials (usually  copper) needed to improve the day-to-day wearability of silver, which, if pure (999) is too soft and easily scratched or marked. While Sterling silver will tarnish, it is easily brought up to its original beauty with a quick polish.

View our Silver range

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