First are two pairs of earrings made from thin silver-plated chains. Both earrings in the pair have double lobe piercings while the one earring also connects up to a piercing at the middle of the ear and two cartilage piercings. The one pair has silver-colored metal feather charms and the other pair has dagger (or sword) charms.
The feather earrings are a custom version of these in my shop while the dagger earrings are a similar version based on this ear cuff.
These next two earrings were for someone who has a gauged cartilage piercing, so instead of using the regular earring stud at the cartilage, I used a 16 gauge barbell. The first pair with the leaves and the handmade gold, green, brown and silver chain is a variation of this earring. The second black and silver wing pair is a variation on this pair of earrings.
On both pairs I made a wire loop at the top of the chain; this slides onto the barbell, so that isn't physically attached to the chains. Here's a closeup of the black and silver wing pair so you can get a better idea of what I mean about the barbell.
This last one looks a little funny because my mannequin's ear is a little smaller than life-sized, but it's made with three chains for triple earlobe piercings connecting up to a clip on ear cuff at the upper cartilage. This was based off of this double pierced earring.
Lots of black and silver in this art update post! The next one will probably be more colorful. ;)