Stone Plugs

Stone Plugs

Stone Plugs

We stock one of the widest ranges of Stone Plugs, Stone Tunnels, & Stone Gauges on the planet! We've taken semi precious stones believed to have healing properties and carved them into beautiful pieces for your lobes.

Stretching your ears is becoming an increasingly popular body modification. However, unlike getting a piercing, gauging your ears is a slow process that takes a lot of careful work over an extended period of time. So, it only makes sense that you’d want some unique and beautiful stone plugs to show off the body modification that you’re so proud of. 

Stone Plugs, Stone Tunnels, & Stone Gauges - 100% Natural

Plugs and tunnels are available in a variety of different materials depending on the style you’re going for and the preferences you have. If you’re interested in stone plugs, tunnels, and gauges, we’re one of the best places to look for what you need.

We use a wide range of precious and semi-precious stones to bring you fantastic options for your ears. These natural and organic stone plugs are body-safe, beautiful, and completely natural/organic.

What Stones Are Your Plugs & Gauges Made From?

The stone gauges that we offer includes options such as;

  • Labradorite plugs
  • Rose quartz plugs
  • Amethyst plugs
  • Jade plugs
  • Moonstone plugs
  • Opal ear plugs

All of these materials are safe to wear and use in your body and offer a unique feel and appearance. The variety of materials of these stone gauges allows for more creative freedom and more design options for you to enjoy and choose from.

What Shapes Are Stone Plugs & Gauges Available In?

The gauges and plugs we create offer a lot of flexibility in both shape and design which means we can offer stone plugs in the traditional circular stone plug shape as well as an alternative teardrop stone plug shape.

Solid plugs aren’t your only option either. You can also find a variety of stone tunnels that will show off the stretch that you’re so proud of. Just like our stone plugs, these tunnels are available in a variety of materials and designs too.

What Sizes Are Stone Plugs & Gauges Available In?

We sell stone plugs/gauges/tunnels in an array of sizes, so although this is not an exhaustive list, it covers the most common sizes our customers look for:

  • 6mm -2g
  • 8mm - 0g
  • 10mm - 00g
  • 12mm - ½”
  • 13mm - 17/32”
  • 14mm - 9/16”
  • 15mm - 19/32”
  • 16mm - ⅝”
  • 17mm - 0.67”
  • 18mm - 11/16”
  • 20mm - 13/16”
  • 22mm - ⅞”
  • 24mm - 15/16”
  • 25mm - 1”
  • 26mm - 1.024”
  • 27mm - 1.06”
  • 28mm - 1.10”
  • 29mm - 1 ⅛”
  • 30 mm - 1.18”
  • 31 mm - 1.22”
  • 32mm - 1 ¼”
  • 34mm - 1 5/16”
  • 35mm - 1 6/16”
  • 36mm - 1 7/16”
  • 38mm - 1 ½”
  • 40mm - 1 9/16”
  • 42mm - 1 ⅝”
  • 44mm - 1 ¾”
  • 46mm - 1 3/16”
  • 48mm - 1 ⅞”
  • 50mm - 2”
  • 52mm - 2 1/16”
  • 54mm
  • 56mm
  • 58mm
  • 60mm
  • 62mm
  • 64mm
  • 66mm
  • 68mm
  • 70mm
  • 72mm
  • 74mm
  • 76mm
  • 78mm
  • 80mm
  • 82mm
  • 84mm
  • 86mm
  • 88mm
  • 90mm
  • 92mm
  • 94mm
  • 96mm
  • 98mm
  • 100mm

Questions About Stone Plugs, Tunnels, & Gauges?

Got a question about one of our stone plug products?  Get in touch and we will aim to answer your questions and get back to you as soon as possible!

Are stone plugs good for your ears?

Stone plugs are porous heavy and so should only be worn with healed ears.  As long as your lobes are healed and the plugs are cleaned regularly then stone plugs are perfectly safe to wear.

How do you care for stone plugs?

Stone plugs should be washed regularly with warm water and a mild soap. You can use a soft cloth or brush to help clean them also but nothing too rough as this may damage the stone.

Are stone plugs safe?

Stone plugs are safe to wear in healed ears when they are the correct size for your stretched ears. Stone is a natural material and adverse reactions are rare. Issues usually arise when people do not clean their stone plugs or when they wear them when not fully healed.

How do you insert stone plugs?

After you have taken a warm shower put some Jojoba Oil onto the ear lobe and gently massage it in. Then put a small amount of oil on the plug and press it into the hole at an angle, like you would with a button. If there is pain or resistance stop & wait. If you're stretching up a size then wait a couple of weeks before using the right size taper to stretch again. If a stone plug doesn't work try using a material with some more flexibility first like silicone.