Glass Plugs

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Glass Plugs and Ear Gauges

If you’re looking for handcrafted glass plugs or a glass ear stretching kit you’ll find a beautiful collection in our store. Contrary to popular belief, glass plugs are actually super lightweight and easy to take care of, making them a great alternative to metal jewelry that can cause issues for those with sensitive skin or allergies.

Shop our selection of glass plugs and ear gauges

We have a huge selection of glass plugs that include simple transparent options or more playful designs like our glass jellyfish or ‘cracked’ effect plugs. Choose from dozens of readily available designs that range from funny, cute, and whimsical to dark and occult.

Glass plugs are sturdy and don’t bend out of shape, making them a good option for stretching your ears. 

You can also get custom glass plugs and have printed designs or engravings on them including a special date or initials. Our glass plugs come in several shapes: from full and circular plugs to tunnels and teardrop-shapes.

What sizes/gauges do our glass plugs come in?

Our glass plugs come in all the common sizes to suit whatever you need. Our shop also stocks hard-to-get “in-between” sizes that are rarely found elsewhere, making the transition to larger gauges even easier on your lobes!  Use the filters to select your size!

Our sizes of glass plugs include but are not limited to: 14g, 12g, 10g, 8g, 6g, 4g, 2g, 1g, 0g, 00g, 7/16", 1/2", 9/16", 5/8", 3/4", 7/8", 1", 28mm, 29mm, 30mm, 32mm, 34mm, 36mm, 38mm, 40mm, 42mm, 44mm, 46mm, 47mm, 48mm, 50mm, 0 gauge glass plugs, and 2 gauge glass plugs.

If you're confused about plug sizes, check out our ear stretching sizes chart to find all the answers you need.

Do we sell single flare glass plugs as well as double flare glass plugs?

Yes, we do! And all you need to do is use the filter to search for our single flare glass plugs or double flare glass plugs.

The difference between the two is the size of the gauge you need to fit them into your earlobe.

Single flared plugs have a flare that is larger than the actual gauge size on just one end, meaning you can easily fit them and keep them in place with an “O” ring you get with them.

For double flare glass plugs, you won’t need an “O” ring but you’ll have to be careful when choosing a size since the flare has to go through the earlobe too.

Got a question about our glass plugs?

Have a question about glass plugs or the right size for you? Then, simply get in touch with us today and we’ll get back to you within a day or two!

Are glass plugs good for your ears?

Absolutely.  Glass is nonporous and can easily be cleaned so it's a perfect material for ear plugs.  Glass plugs are generally a safe choice for fresh stretches and healed ears.

Can you stretch with glass plugs?

It's not advised to stretch with glass plugs. You should use a glass taper instead and follow through with a plug in the new size.

How to clean glass plugs

Glass plugs can be cleaned using hot water and an antibacterial soap. Rinse after with cold water and leave to air dry in a clean place.