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Colored ball curved barbell, 12 ga


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  • Gauge (Thickness): 12 (2.0mm)
  • Ball size: 3/16" (5mm)
  • Material: 316L surgical grade stainless steel
  • Material: coated 316L surgical stainless steel
  • Type: curved barbell

Shown: 10mm curved barbell.



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Mammoth Ivory

Mammoth ivory is easily acquired in Alaska, Siberia and other places where it has been preserved underground in permafrost for thousands of years. Gold miners often find it during erosion mining in glacial silt. Because of itís age mammoth ivory is difficult to acquire in large solid pieces. Ivory is softer than most stone and is flexible which makes it ideal for intricate and delicate carvings. The foremost disadvantage of using aged or fossilized ivory for body jewelry is that it absorbs skin oils which causes it crack. Mammoth ivory ranges in color from a cream white to a medium brown. Darker ivory is more fragile and will crack with moisture much more easily, making it unsuitable for delicate work.

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