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Online jewellery shops
« on: 10 Oct 11 / 09:05 PM »
I thought i would share some good shops, as we often get people asking. my go to is

http://www.bodyjewelleryshop.com/

but these are really good sites as well

http://wildcat.co.uk/
http://www.jobananas.com/
www.piercedandmodified.co.uk/

please feel free to add more. we all need new jewellery ;)
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Re: Online jewellery shops
« Reply #1 on: 10 Oct 11 / 09:08 PM »
i use the top 2 :)
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Re: Online jewellery shops
« Reply #3 on: 11 Oct 11 / 11:16 AM »
I use bodyjewelleryshop and bodyartforms. Bodyartforms has gone a bit too 'exclusive' for me lately though - the one off jewellery they have is stunning but the price ranges are not!
 

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Re: Online jewellery shops
« Reply #4 on: 11 Oct 11 / 04:21 PM »
Bodyartforms has some amazing plugs! Makes me want to stretch my ears again... Or I could see what a tiny plug looks like.
Crazy-factory has a lot of choice for some really cheap prices,  I'd be interested to see what the quality is like.
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Re: Online jewellery shops
« Reply #5 on: 12 Dec 11 / 10:14 PM »
ordered some stuff the other day from crazy factory, theyre soooo cheap! 2 pairs of ear tunnels, and a 30p nose stud for like a tenner including delivery :D!
At my local piercing shop one tunnel is like £7, sack that from now on! Just hoping the quality is good to match their pricing!!
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« Reply #6 on: 12 Dec 11 / 10:50 PM »
I know it's sooo cheap! I went a bit nuts on there and ordered lots of bits and bobs, tunnels, spirals for my tragus, some loose balls cause I always loose em. Bit worried about checking my bank account now :). I wonder how long delivery will take though...
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« Reply #7 on: 12 Dec 11 / 10:56 PM »
i know i wondered that too...ooh "The total shipping time from Thailand to our customers is 4-8 days."
it goes from thiland to germany to us :) that isn't so bad really, but i want them nowwwwww
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Re: Online jewellery shops
« Reply #8 on: 13 Dec 11 / 01:01 PM »
I always order from Crazy Factory, and I've found the quality to be decent :3 I love the cheap prices, but the shipping cost always kinda ruins it for me :/
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« Reply #9 on: 13 Dec 11 / 01:11 PM »
I like bodycandy for their free shipping after 19usd, sadly most sites dont do that though :)
 

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« Reply #10 on: 14 Dec 11 / 02:07 PM »
http://www.fleshtunnel.co.uk/  for plugs/tunnels and some body jewellery/accessories.  The guy that runs it (Mark) is really nice and helpful if you have any problems/questions.   And free UK delivery if you spend over a tenner.  :)


Omerica Organic do really nice,  made-to-order  wooden plugs/tunnels.  They're a bit expensive though,  it works out about £30 a pair once you calculate taxes and stuff.  However,  I've bought from here a few times (and in fact became a rep for them!): their stuff is the bees knees,  really good detail,  good quality for the price you're paying  and great customer service (they're always very quick to answer back to emails or tweet at you!)  http://www.omericaorganic.com/   If you use BluPanda as the rep code,  you get 20%  of your first order. :)
 

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« Reply #11 on: 14 Dec 11 / 02:13 PM »
The omerica stuff is gorgeous, I've been obsessing with their plugs for a couple of weeks but I don't want to invest until I've decided on a gauge to stay at. They have such gorgeous woods, definitely where I'd head for a special treat.
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Re: Online jewellery shops
« Reply #12 on: 14 Dec 11 / 02:16 PM »
I've got the Oreo ones in just now,  I love them.  Also got the snowflake tunnels as a pressie to myself for Christmas. ;)
 

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Re: Online jewellery shops
« Reply #13 on: 20 Sep 12 / 10:29 PM »
I love bodyartforms. They always have such lovely pieces. For cheaper alternatives, body modern dot com ( I know that looks ridiculous, I can't post links yet) is pretty good as far as prices go. I have been ordering from them for a few years and after awhile they recognize you and send you freebies as well. I know the website isn't too spiffy but you can find some steals!
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Re: Online jewellery shops
« Reply #14 on: 11 Jun 13 / 11:49 AM »
I've been buying my tapers and plugs from here whilst stretching my ears http://www.earstretchershop.co.uk/ 20SPECIAL gives 20% off at the moment
 

 

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