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Diamond Nipple Bars

Diamond Nipple Bars

SO you have your nipple pierced – why not buy something nice.

There are quite a lot of nipple bars and rings on the market but not a lot that is hand-crafted or made with gold, white gold or platinum. There are however niche jewellers with vison a foresight making nipple jewellery with real gemstones and diamonds.

History of nipple piercing.

Going back as far as the 14 century upper class women started to wear low necklines and exposing quite a lot more cleavage than before. A portrait of Marie-Antoinette, Queen of France (Bottom Left) and Queen Isabelle of Bavaria(Bottom Right) shows the fashion worn at this time.

 

Displayed bear nipples followed in the 16th century and during the late 1800,s the bosom ring came into fashion, this was sold in Paris jewellery shops.

In short it was found that the rings enlarged the nipples and kept them semi erect . This was criticised by the medical profession and caused a stir.

Picture below show Parisian bosom jewellery

1890 issue of Vogue Magazine contains this article below:

“For a long time I could not understand why I should consent to such a painful operation without sufficient reason. I soon, however came to the conclusion that many ladies are ready to bear the passing pain for the sake of love. I found that the breasts of those who wore rings were incomparably rounder and fuller developed than those who did not. My doubts were now at an end...so I had my nipples pierced, and when the wounds were healed, I had rings inserted...with regard to the experience of wearing these rings, I can only say that they are not in the least uncomfortable or painful. On the contrary, the slight rubbing and slipping of the rings causes in me an extremely titillating feeling, and all my colleagues I have spoken to on this subject have confirmed my opinion.”

—London socialite writing in Vogue, 1890

Nipple piercing is becoming very popular and celebrities with nipple piercings include. Rihanna, Rooney Mara wore a “BMG Jewellery made” safety pin in the girl with the dragon tattoo, Kylie Jenner, Keke Palmer, Christina Aguilera, Tommy Lee, Lenny Kravitz, Dave Navaro and Axl Rose and Neil Patrick Harris

Benefits of nipple piercing

  • It makes the nipples larger.
  • It becomes more sensitive, and more sexually attractive.
  • Provides constant stimulation.
  • Increasing the size of small nipples (especially men's)
  • Can prevent nipples from becoming inverted.
  • Greater sexual pleasure.
  • Makes the nipple more attractive.
  • Gives you something to hang your sunglasses on.
  • Is a great bet

Here are a few products which are internally threaded hand-crafted items made by specialists BMG Jewellery in the UK shipped Worldwide.

 
 
Large Diamond Barbell Forward Facing 
Diamond double Dangle Nipple Bar (Rose Gold)
 
Crown of Diamonds Barbell 
                                                       
 
Freshwater Pearl BCR
Crown Of Diamonds BCR 
 
Lazer Cut Heart Barbell
Moonstone BCR

Whatever your reason for getting your nipple(s) pierced be aware you don’t have to buy cheap silver or steel jewellery. BMG Jewellery for example make forward facing diamonds or rare gemstone nipple jewellery with various designs. These are made in the UK. There are also a couple of USA companies making similar styles.

They also make Unique custom made pieces to your specification or designed in-house.

Richard Soper

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  • avatar
    Alexandra

    on April 27, 2019 11:23

    he was healthy enoguh to nurse. The best we could get were very painful shallow latches that resulted in disfigured, compressed nipples. My L&D nurse sister came to visit when my son was a week and a half old and thought that perhaps a nipple shield might help. I’d never heard of them until this.Seven and a half weeks later, they have greatly helped overall and have kept me going in working on that elusive pain-free latch. They’ve also caused problems of their own, which is greatly distressing. My nipple gets pulled through the shield holes and I’m left with little white raised stumps like grains of rice on my nipple. They’ve scabbed over a few times, but usually go away within the hour. I’ve even taken pictures to show to the LC’s I’ve been working with. This is happening with a 24mm shield and I use a 27mm flange with my pump, so perhaps this wouldn’t occur with a larger shield if I can ever get my hands on one. This seems to occur less or not happen as soon when my breasts are very full. It also helps to simply place the nipple shield over my nipple, instead of applying it as instructed.I feel the use of nipple shields have had a positive impact on my breastfeeding because they’ve kept my son at the breast at times when his extremely shallow shield-free latches are too painful to tolerate and he would be fed with a bottle if it weren’t for the nipple shield. My system is to latch without a shield and see if I can handle the pain. Even though my nipple always comes out disfigured, sometimes the pain is mild and I roll with it. If it’s too painful, then I try to see if I can handle nursing with the nipple shield. Usually I can, but if not, then my son will get a bottle of pumped milk using a haberman bottle to keep him happy with a slow flow. I’ve been working with three LC’s and am waiting on a cranio-sacral therapy referral to help my son to open his mouth wider (he’s not tongue-tied, just has a fairly tight jaw and a slightly inset/recessed lower jaw). I plan on continuing to use nipple shields until we are able to get a good deep latch that doesn’t disfigure my nipples and cause so much pain. Hopefully this will be soon!

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