Thank you to Brittany Siminitz of jewelry trade publication JCK for including my hockey mask and chainsaw stud earrings in her recent post about Halloween jewelry. At $70, my earrings are the most budget-conscious on Brittany’s list!
A mismatched pair like this looks great worn traditionally, with one earring on each lobe, but I think it is extra-cute for people with multiply pierced ears to wear the studs next to each other.
Check out all the detail on the tiny chainsaw!
I’ve sold several pairs of these earrings to Friday the 13th enthusiasts, but most of them go to Eminem fans.
Another thank you goes out to Brittany’s JCK colleague, Jennifer Heebner, for including my Diamond Micro Studs for Tender Ears on her list of eight pairs of diamond studs that retail for under $5,000.
Once again, my design is on the thrifty side. The prices on Jennifer’s list range from $555 per pair to $3,877.50. My tiny studs are $600 for a pair. You can also buy a single stud for $300. My studs are also the only ones set in platinum on Jennifer’s list. I used platinum because it’s hypoallergenic, which makes these earrings an excellent choice for recently pierced ears. You can read more about that here.
I also have Micro Studs for cartilage piercings. Those have internally threaded posts and a flat labret backs. I’m wearing them in both my tragus piercings and my one conch piercing now. If you want one (or more) of the Micro Studs for cartilage, holla at me at info at wendybrandes dot com, because they’re not on the website yet.