This piece adds a unique twist when worn in one of several different Cartilage piercings. The piece adopts the same proportion of diamond rows as our iconic Invisible Apsara. When dressed in a Tash Rook, Helix, or Conch, the ends of the stud are meant to be worn tucked into the fold of the ear in order to conceal the opening, delivering an effect of a curtain of diamonds emerging from the ear.
Complete with a large 14k recessed ball flower backing in a matching color, the backing screws off of the post for easy front-to-back insertion while also distributing the weight of the frontal. .
All colors of gold are nickel-free and hypoallergenic..
Over the course of time, body oil and skin products can collect on jewelry and leave a residue which can occlude stones. To keep your jewelry looking bright and new, take a soft headed toothbrush with some mild soap and gently brush the front and back of the stones and metal. Rinse thoroughly with tepid water. We do not suggest putting jewelry in an ultrasonic to clean. Steam cleaning works well, but do not steam emeralds or opals as high heat can damage these stones.
While we hope you fall in love with your MARIA TASH jewelry, we understand that some pieces might not be exactly right. We will issue a full refund for unworn and unaltered jewelry that is returned up to 30 days after the original purchase date. For more information, please click here.
Two parallel rows of invisible set diamonds make brilliant statements on the ear or septum. Straight and curved styles allow you to play with scale and dimension.
Invisible Set Diamonds
Maria developed an invisible setting that showcases the beauty and spectacular light return of diamonds. Precision setters carefully push specially designed prongs to hold the stone securely in place without any visible metal. The resulting look is a diamond that weightlessly floats on the skin.
Threaded vs. Traditional Earrings
We offer threaded and traditional studs to ensure your jewelry fits comfortably in any placement.
Traditional studs are the most common type of earring, and are made for Lobe piercings since it’s easy to switch them out often. Simply slide the butterfly backing on the post until it reaches the notch or your skin.
We recommend threaded studs for 24/7 comfort and wear because they have smooth backs that lay flush against the ear. They work well in cartilage piercings — think Helix, Tash Rook, Conch, Tragus — because they screw into place with backings that don’t poke out or get caught on hair and clothing.