Why is it so difficult to get the right size ear gauges? Visit www.avaiaartisticjewelry.com for proper sizes!

Ear Gauge Chart

So you are gauging your ears.  You have found that perfect item and wait patiently for it to arrive in the mail.  You open the package, and excitedly try on your new plugs, only to find they are too small or too big.   You ordered the correct size, so what happened?

There could be many reasons you are having problems getting the correct size.  One of the most common culprits is the failure of body jewelry stores to size their products using a caliper prior to shipping.  We have found some stores selling jewelry 1mm to 2mm larger/smaller than the requested size.    Avaia Artistic Jewelry sizes all of our organic jewelry prior to shipping using a vernier caliper.  Because each organic item is hand made by an artisan, there are natural variations in size.  Standards within the business allow for a +/- 0.5mm deviation from the actual size.  One pair may be 0.5mm smaller, and another pair 0.5mm larger than your requested size, and this is within the norms.

Other reasons for sizing issues include large flares or double flares which typically are 0.5 – 1.5mm larger than the wearable area.   Self stretching, as piercings naturally do, may lead you to think the jewelry is the wrong size, when it actually is what you have requested.

How do you minimize this problem?  Shop with a company that pays attention to detail and puts customer satisfaction first.  Visit Avaia Artistic Jewelry for the best body jewelry shopping experience online.

~ by avaiaartisticjewelry on July 1, 2012.

One Response to “Why is it so difficult to get the right size ear gauges? Visit www.avaiaartisticjewelry.com for proper sizes!”

  1. People want bigger sizes our days, so you can update your chart and add sizes up to 2 inches 🙂

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