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Unique Opalite Plugs / Gauges

Have you worn a pair of opalite glass plugs yet? If you’re looking for a beautiful glass to add to your plug collection you’ve found it. It’s a super popular glass that seems the perfect fit for modern mermaids as it’s often also called sea opal glass.

Just check out our range for some opalite inspiration!

Which Style Fits You Best?

Figure out what kind of style you’re going to be wearing depending on which oplaite design you opt for. Available in solid plugs, single flare plugs, tunnles / eyelets, ear weights, and teardrop plugs

The thing about opalite is that commonly it starts out milky white – like an opal stone - but glows green, blue or even pink when faced with darker backgrounds. We’re one of the few stores that you can find pink opalite plugs!

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If you prefer to wear plugs that are not too showy, yet still attractive when noticed, these precious opalite stone plugs might be just right for you. With single flares and included black “O” rings, these plugs resemble clear light blue bubbles that are ready to slide right into your ear piercings. And they will fit no matter what size your piercing may be, since these stone plugs come in a variety of sizes: 8 gauge (3.2mm), 6 gauge (4mm), 4 gauge (5mm), 2 gauge (6mm), 0 gauge (8mm) , 00 gauge (10mm), 1/2 inch (12mm), 9/16 inch (14mm), and 5/8 inch (16mm).

Opalite Gauges

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These precious gems will look marvelous on anyone! They make an excellent- more or less neutral and hence always wearable- addition to any ear stretching collection, so there is no reason to doubt that these opalite teardrop double flare plugs are a great find. Made of polished stone in a teardrop shape, these can be worn to any event since they are a clear or gentle, milky white color. Note that they are not for fresh piercings because of the unique shape. Get yours now in any of the following available sizes / gauges: 2 gauge (6mm) , 0 gauge (8mm) , 00 gauge (10mm), 1/2 inch (12mm), 9/16 inch (14mm), 5/8 inch (16mm), 3/4" inch (19mm) and 1 inch (25mm). See them in action:

Opalite Teardrop Gauges

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Comments | Posted in Just in By Erica

 Opalite is an unusual semi-precious stone, frequently used for some very beautiful jewelry pieces. Weather you wear tunnels or plugs, this material will instantly be able to bring a unique kind of beauty to your ears, with colorful swirls that immediately attract great complements for everyone.

If you aren’t one to reach for attention as often, there is a wonderful side to opalite that you will find appealing- not only is the Opalite Stone Ear Gaugescolor of the stone soft and neutral, it will also pair up with pretty much any kind of outfit or attitude. For instance, if you prefer to wear darker colors, your opalite plugs or tunnels will bring a nice contrast to your outfit. On the other hand, if you usually tend to opt for brighter colors already, then opalite will be able to blend along with them very nicely, enhancing them with various flecks of gold, pink or green. No matter what kind of sense of style you have, opalite will make a great combination with it.

So what if opalite can be attractive when worn with anything? What if I can’t wear it? If you find that you are allergic to a lot of metal alloys that jewelry is now made of, or if you just have very sensitive skin, then don’t fret. Nickel and other cheap metal-free, this semi-precious stone will not likely cause any kind of irritation that other materials can often cause.

It is obvious that opalite is a valuable stone- it’s both attractive and comfortable to wear. However, shouldn’t that make it rather expensive? Well, the answer is- not at all! They are actually rather inexpensive compared to a lot of other semi-precious stones and jewelry materials. Durable, fashionable, safe and affordable, this is definitely worth buying.

You can see the a list of the different Opalite styles here:

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