Heart-Shaped Daith

Check out this very nice custom-jewelry daith piercing (in 16ga) by the very talented John Lopez at Slave to the Needle in Seattle. Oh, and if you don’t know about the naming of the daith piercing (pronounced “doth”), click here, because it’s an interesting story.

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12 thoughts on “Heart-Shaped Daith

  1. The following comments were imported from our old comment system:

    Posted on 02-06-2006 02:40:26 by instigator
    So… if any of you jewelry artists out there want to start making some heart-shaped CBRs, you’ve now got two potential customers. :)

    Posted on 02-06-2006 02:52:43 by sandra
    her ear is really red =/

    Posted on 02-06-2006 06:26:46 by LostVoodoo
    I’m loving the jewelry. 3 potential costumers!

    Posted on 02-06-2006 09:09:22 by Laurie
    Make it 4!

    Posted on 02-06-2006 12:44:28 by Harry
    Thank god its only jewellery that you only wanna copy

    Posted on 02-06-2006 17:03:54 by poopsie
    thant is really cute i love it

    Posted on 02-08-2006 23:11:58 by Halo
    It’s cute, but is it practical? Wouldn’t it get tangled with hair or pose even more of an irritation than a regular daith?

  2. Anyone found anyone selling them yet?? I neeeeeeed it. Desperate for myself and as a birthday present to my best mate who has been looking for one for a year!

  3. if you live in Massachussetts, Miraculous Creations in Worcester has them. they also have moons and stars

  4. You can’t really buy the jewelry. You need to get it custom bent. I have it and first had it pierced with a hoop, let it heal for six months then went back and my piercer bent it. There is only one piercer in my entire state who knows how to do it.

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