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Captive Bead Ring w/ Swarovski Crystal 4mm Ocean BLUE OPAL - 16 ga Hoop - 14k Gold (Y, W, or R), Sterling Silver, or Platinum

  • $ 4495


Our beautiful shiny handmade Captive Bead Navel Belly Ring with 4mm OCEAN BLUE OPAL round faceted Swarovski Crystal is available in 14k gold filled, solid gold (Yellow, Rose, or White) or Sterling Silver, or Fine Silver. Choose between Yellow or Pink Rose Gold or Sterling Silver. Please see the "materials" drop down box for more choices of precious metals.

This hoop is comfortable and made from 16 gauge and can be ordered in different diameter sizes - Please request this before purchasing, to make sure the price will remain the same if the desired diameter is not listed in the drop down box. 14k Yellow Gold Filled Navel Ring is shown in the photos above. This ring can also be used in other piercings, such as the septum, ear, nose, nipple, cartilage, eyebrow, lip or any other body piercing that is gauge-appropriate. Our 1/2" inch inside ring diameter is shown in photos. If white gold filled is desired, please message us before hand to make sure it is in stock before purchasing if white gold filled is the only type of metal wanted.

WE HAVE LOTS OF OTHER COLORS AVAILABLE IN OUR OTHER LISTINGS! PLEASE CHECK OTHER LISTINGS FOR MORE COLORS!

We offer the following types of precious metal:

- 14k Yellow Gold Filled
- 14k Pink (Rose) Gold Filled
- 14k White Gold Filled

- 14k and 10k, Solid Yellow Gold
- 14k Rose Gold
- 14k White Gold

- Sterling Silver
- .999 Fine Silver

NEED A DIFFERENT GAUGE / METAL / HOOP DIAMETER? Please let us know! We can custom make:

Gauge: 14, 16, 18, 20, 22, 24, 26, 28, 30
- 14k Yellow Gold Filled
- 14k Rose Gold Filled
- 14k White Gold Filled (also available in 19 & 21 ga)
- Sterling Silver
- Fine Silver .999
- 14k, 22k, 24k Solid Yellow Gold
- 14k Solid Rose Gold
- 14k Solid White Gold
- 14k Solid Palladium White Gold
- Platinum
- 22k Solid Yellow Gold
- 24k Solid Yellow Gold

Please note that Captive Bead Rings the bead is not attached to the ring and is removable - which is where the captive bead ring gets it's name. The bead is held captive between the two ends of the hoop. Sometimes the bead is very tight, and sometimes it is left a little bit looser because of the size of the bead and the stiffness of the hoop - for ease of removing the bead because there is no risk of it falling out like that.


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