Many types of jewelry generally are worn in a septum piercing, such as: Captive bead rings (CBRs), rings that close with a bead held in the center by the tension of the ring, circular barbells (as shown in the picture), a circular bar with a bead that screws onto either end, a "tusk" that is a straight or shaped piece of material generally tapered on either end, or pinchers.
Nostril piercings are arguably the simplest nose piercing and have the widest range of jewelry potential. Due to their easily accessible location, they allow the insertion of studs, nostril screws, L-shaped pins, nose rings, circular barbells (commonly known as horseshoes), and captive ball rings.
Choose from nose screws, nose bones, nose hoops, labret studs, and fishtails for nostril piercings, septum rings ranging from pinchers to clickers and beyond, straight barbells in a wide variety of lengths and materials for nasallang piercings and rhino piercings, mini straight barbells and micro bent barbells for bridge piercings, and more.
A gold septum ring is a jewelry designed and made especially for the septum pierce. Being called ‘gold’ it should be made of solid (9k, 14k, 18k..) yellow, rose or white gold. Gold plated septum rings, piercings that are made of gold filled should not be marked as septum gold.