Rook Jewelry

Snug JewelryJust above the daith is the rook, the fold of cartilage that leads to the outer conch. This fold of cartilage is typically pierced with a curved piece of jewelry like a curved barbell or a captive bead ring at a 16g. The jewelry may be changed two or three months after being pierced but may not heal until around six months or more.

We carry a wide selection of rook piercing jewelry made from implant grade stainless steel, titanium and more. The size recommendations we give on this page will be correct for most, but not all people. We always recommend that you visit a reputable local piercing shop and have them measure you if there's any uncertainty. Just click on the style you want to browse below...


Rook Rings & HoopsCaptive Rings & More

There are several ring types that will work nicely so long as the size is correct. The interior diameter will usually be 5/16".


Circular Rook BarbellsCircular Barbells

These are great if you like the hoop design, but prefer threaded balls that screw on and off. The interior diameter will usually be 5/16".


Curved Rook BarbellsCurved Barbells

Less likely to get snagged on something, a well-fitting curved barbell is a popular choice. The length is usually 5/16".


Spiral Rook BarbellsSpiral Barbells

Much less commonly used, but these are hoops with a funky twist if you're looking for something different. The interior diameter will usually be 5/16".


Rook RetainersRetainers

If you need to hide your rook piercing or replace the metal for an upcoming medical procedure, we have several glass and plastic options. The length is usually 5/16".