Rook piercings

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Rook piercings

Type of piercing

A rook piercing is one of many ear piercings, placed in the top fold of cartilage between the inner and outer ear, in the directly opposite position to a daith piercing and almost opposite the helix. It’s decorated with studs or smaller rings.
As you might expect, we’ve got some really stylish jewellery for rook piercings in the Crazy Factory shop.

Healing: Ear piercings often take a battering from things like being slept on and using your phone, and can take quite a while to heal. Allow two to three months.

Risks: Cartilage piercings are painful, and a rook piercing is particularly so, as the cartilage is thick at this point.

We have lots of rings for your rook piercing HERE!