Indochine Septum Ring

£90.00

In ancient times, septum piercings were actually the second most common piercings (with ear piercings being the most popular). In the early days, people used animal bones or wood fragments but as time passed, they started to fashion septum rings to fit into these piercings.

Color
Rose Gold
White Gold
Yellow Gold

In ancient times, septum piercings were actually the second most common piercings (with ear piercings being the most popular). In the early days, people used animal bones or wood fragments but as time passed, they started to fashion septum rings to fit into these piercings.

EKRIA’S gorgeous sterling septum ring gives you the chance to be part of this latest fashion trend–minus the painful piercing! It is easy to wear and carries the quintessential culture of the Indochine people.

Team this with the Indochine choker or Indochine earrings to radiate your own Eastern vibe.


White gold looks effortlessly elegant.
Yellow gold exudes a classic timelessness.
Rose gold captures a feminine charisma.

Unsure about which colour you should select? 

Cool skin tones have pinkish undertones and are identifiable by blueish veins.
White gold acts as a perfect compliment to these complexions.

Warm skin tones have yellowish undertones and are identifiable by greenish veins. Yellow gold adds a wonderful finishing touch to these skin colours.

Rose gold is divine and captivating on most skin tones.

And if you are still can't decide on which colour to pick, why not treat yourself to more than one?

Adjustable one size is perfect for everyone.

  • 1 micron gold plated Sterling silver 
  • Shiny finish 
  • The black shadow on the image is a reflection on the shiny finish caused by photography and does not correspond to a feature on the jewelry.
Size:
  • Dimensions: 1,6 x 1,1 x 0,1 cm

    Jewellery size: Adjustable one size

    Scarf size:

    Small size: 50 x 50 cm

    Large size: 90 x 90 cm

      If you look after your EKRIA pieces then you will keep them looking their very best.

      • Take off your jewellery when you are washing your hands, putting on perfume or creams such as face or hand cream. Yes, we know it is a nuisance, but the harsh chemicals in these products can do irreversible harm. Almost always these chemicals are corrosive to gold and silver and will cause premature deterioration – such as changes in the colour. 
      • The same goes for household chores such as cleaning, if you do the cleaning! We try to avoid it as often as possible.
      • Hitting the gym, beach, pool or lido -leave the jewellery at home. Sand, salt, chlorine or sunscreen will cause premature deterioration.
      • Bored? Nervous? Okay we know the feeling, but please try to avoid friction by sliding your pendant on your chain – instead you could practise deep breathing or visit the EKRIA blog to check out the latest posts.