Capricorn Tragus Piercing, ethically handmade of Sterling Silver 925.
El piercing falso de Tragus Capricornio. Diseño único hecho a mano eticamente de Plata de Primera Ley.
Capricorn Piercing, Capricorn Earrings, and Capricorn Bracelet.

Capricorn Piercing

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ethically made in Spain and Georgia

Our fully handmade Capricorn Piercing in symmetric Avant-Garde style is initially designed for the people born under this responsible, smart, and hardworking astrology sign. If your rising sign is Capricorn, known as the ascendant, our Capricorn piercing should become your favorite jewel as well. Or if you want to cultivate the energy of Capricorn into yourself, the sign's energy that stands out with amazing qualities like ambition, self-control, determination, practicality, responsibility, stability, independence, and focus on long-term goals, then Capricorn jewels by Mystic J are for you.
Mystic J, through the Capricorn earrings, expresses all the amazing characteristics the sign holds. Capricorn is a negative cardinal zodiac sign ruling the 10th astrological house of career, status, and ambition. It is the last earth zodiac sign. The Capricorn zodiac symbol is a mythological creature sea-goat, which primarily represents wisdom and unstoppable ambitions. Ambitious Capricorns are skilled at navigating both the material and emotional realms. Capricorns use their inner fortitude to overcome whatever stands between them and their long-term goals, and they don't let anything distract them from moving forward. Besides, they are terrific leaders since Capricorns are masters of self-control and have the ability to lead the way, make solid and realistic plans, and manage many people who work for them at any time. The powerful skill of learning from their mistakes helps Capricorns to get to the top based solely on their experience and expertise. As Saturn, the planet of dedication, productiveness, and great achievements, governs the sign, planning and executing the plan with a responsibility to achieve success is paramount for Capricorns.
Behind Mystic J's handmade and stylish Avant-garde earrings stands the positive characteristics, qualities, and energy of the Capricorn zodiac sign.
Don't wear just jewelry, wear Mystic Jewelry with meaning! 

  • Unique Design
  • Ethically Handmade
  • Sterling Silver 925
  • Nickel Free
  • High Polished Finish
  • Limited Edition
  • Made to Order


Specific Description  

Capricorn Piercing shapes a Capricorn symbol. Our stylish so-called fake piercing is the perfect option for those who don't want to commit but love the piercing look. Just wrap the piercing around your tragus. Then, carefully slide it into place and tighten slightly if needed; it should feel snug without being uncomfortable. Take your style to the next level and combine your Capricorn piercing with other Capricorn accessories from our Astrology Collection. Express your authentic self in symmetric Avant-garde. 

As Unique As you
Since all processes are done by hand, and each item is made exclusively for each customer, variation in the final product should be expected. Hence there will be some slight difference in product dimensions.

Your beautiful jewelry by Mystic J can last a lifetime with proper care since we only use precious metals and stones.

Whether you wear your pieces every day or save them for special occasions, you might notice that eventually, your jewelry has lost some of its brilliance. Fortunately, you can restore your pieces to their original shine and sparkle. 

There are a few general steps you can take to care of your jewels:

1. Your jewelry should be the last thing you put on and the first thing you take off.

Put jewelry on after applying hairspray and makeup. Perfumes, hairspray, lotion, and makeup usually contain harsh chemicals that can damage your beautiful jewelry. By waiting until you are all done with your beauty routine, you can avoid potential damage.

Always take off your jewelry first; this will ensure that your clothing does not snag on your sweater or T-shirt during the removal process. Inadvertent tension on the necklace while removing the shirt can cause the chain or rope to break! 

2. Remove your jewelry during activities.

We recommend taking off your jewelry while sleeping, taking a shower/bath, working out, swimming, going to a (hair)salon, cleaning. Since cleaning products can damage your jewelry or you might get it entangled somewhere. So take off any jewelry you wear and store it safely), and also sun ‘tanning’ or going out in direct heat or hard sunlight (because this might tarnish your jewelry or fade gemstones).

3. Carefully clean jewelry before storing.

We recommend cleaning your jewelry before storing it. Storing jewelry without removing dirt, oils, and other substances from your pieces can cause damage over time. You can clean your jewelry with a jewelry cleaning cloth after each use

4. Store your jewels correctly. 

Keep your jewelry secure in Mystic J’s original boxes, sines our packaging is designed to store your jewelry most securely. But do not store damp or wet jewelry. Damp jewelry can tarnish or corrode depending on the material, and it will create a humid environment in storage, which you should avoid for most pieces. 

Avoid storing jewelry in your bathroom because the humidity will have the same impact as leaving your pieces wet. We recommend also putting a piece of chalk or a bag of silica inside your jewelry box; it will absorb moisture and keep your jewelry clean longer. Change it for a new one every couple of months. In addition to all that, you can use a Ziploc or sandwich bag with the air squeezed out to prevent oxidation.

Besides, it is important to clean your jewelry appropriately. We recommend using different cleaning methods on other materials. You can regularly clean all your jewelry easily at home.

Sterling silver jewelry can be washed in warm water with baking soda or with soap softly, of course, if it isn’t black or oxidized silver. Then use a jewelry cleaning cloth and be sure to dry silver diligently as leaving it wet can cause tarnishing. 

To clean your Gold jewelry, we recommend soaking it in warm water with a little mild dishwashing soap for 20 to 40 minutes. If needed, use a soft cloth or soft toothbrush to rub or wipe the jewelry. The purer the gold in jewelry, the more prone it is to scratches, so be gentle while cleaning. Then carefully dry with a paper towel or jewelry cleaning cloth.

Platinum, like pure gold, this material will not tarnish. However, Platinum can still scratch, though it will not wear down over time. Treat this metal with soap and water, and then dry it with a paper towel or jewelry cleaning cloth. Take it to a professional for polishing if you would like your article to have its original shine.

You can clean your White Gold in the same way as your gold jewelry. Regular cleaning helps maintain shine and luster, but white gold jewelry begins to show its original yellow or gold color with excessive wear. Take your white gold jewelry to a professional once the original plating wears off, and a technician can re-plate these pieces.

While Diamonds add a radiant touch to any look, wearing diamond jewelry daily or regularly contributes to clouding. Dust and pollution over time also dull the brilliance of your diamonds. We recommend cleaning your diamonds with a mild dish soap water solution. Be sure to use a basic dish soap that does not contain detergents, as those could cause damage to your jewelry. Soak your diamond jewelry in a solution for about 20 to 40 minutes, gently brush the stone with a very soft toothbrush, and then rinse under warm running water.  

Ultimately, you can always take your jewelry to a professional for repairing or polishing. But the best method to clean your jewelry at home remains water soap solution. This is a good go-to method, mostly for all types of jewelry.


Precious metals are rare and have a high economic value due to various factors, including their scarcity, high economic value, and chemical resistance. In the past, precious metals served as a currency. Now they are an investment or industrial commodity. Precious metals are used to make fine jewelry. The most famous precious metals are Gold, Silver, Platinum, Palladium, Rhodium, Ruthenium, and Iridium.

Silver has a long history. It has been considered a precious element for 6000 years. It was first used as a currency in 700 B.C. Ancient people even figured out how to refine silver. They heated the silver ore and blew air over it, a process called cupellation. The silver does not react to the air, but the base metals such as lead, and copper oxidize and separate from the precious metal.

Silver has been an important metal for making jewelry since ancient times. In the 60-120 AD, the former Inca civilization developed high-temperature silver-lead cup-shaped electric furnace technology in the Americas. This demonstrates the use of technical methods to obtain the best quality silver since ancient times. In Chinese history, silver is mainly used in the production, trading, and trading of jewelry. In Islam is common for men to wear a silver ring on the little finger. The Prophet Muhammad is also known as wearing a silver stamp ring.  After the Moors rule Spain, silver mining was popularized in many countries, mainly in central Europe. So, 100 ADS, the capital of Spain became the center of silver.

Silver production doubled in the 19th century, and in the 21st century, new and highly advanced technologies have greatly contributed to the massive growth of silver production worldwide.

Nowadays, silver is the most affordable and fashionable precious metal in jewelry production. Many factors enhance silver popularity, besides the beauty of this metal. For example, in an astrological sense, silver is considered a cool metal, and astrologers recommend it to maintain spiritual calm and control their emotions. Furthermore, wearing jewelry silver regularly has many surprising health benefits.

It is essential to be knowledgeable about silver types while buying silver jewelry. Sometimes, customer wonders why the prices of silver jewelry vary that much. Different jewelry brands use different types of silver. Very often, customers confuse silver-plate or silver-filled jewelry with silver jewelry. So, it is important to educate customers on silver quality standards. Shockingly low prices may be a good indication that the silver is not high quality or even fake.

The quickest way to identify silver quality is a quality stamp on silver jewelry. However, there are cases of fraudulent marking, but they are fairly rare. Also, jewelry items or components are only required to bear a stamp when there is a surface area available. For that reason, small findings and components are often unstamped even though they are quality alloys.

Here’s a quick rundown of the different types of silver used in jewelry.

Fine Silver – 999.

Fine silver is the closest metal to the pure silver element. It is described as .999, indicating 99.9% purity. The remaining 0.1% consists of trace elements of insignificant quantity. Fine silver has more luster than the bright polish of sterling. The benefits of fine silver are that it is easy to form and highly resistant to tarnish. However, pure silver is soft, which means it’s easily scratched and loses its shape over time. Because of this, jewelry makers avoid working with pure silver.


  • Durable
  • Workable and wearable
  • Beautiful luster and shine
  • Typically, hypoallergenic
  • Health benefits


  • Loses shape
  • Not durable

Sterling Silver – 925

Sterling silver is the most used silver type in fine jewelry, and it is the quality standard for silver worldwide. Sterling silver is an alloy of 92.5% silver; the remaining 7.5% is usually copper. The other metals in the alloy increase hardness, so the material will be more durable. It is very bright and shiny, but it will tarnish. Though, tarnish is easy to clean with readily available polishing products. With proper care, silver jewelry can last a lifetime. Silver is hypoallergenic if it doesn't contain Nickel. Usually, fine jewelry makers avoid Nickel use as it proved to be a cause of allergies in most people. Sterling silver remains the most affordable and usable metal in the jewelry industry.


  • Durable
  • Workable and wearable
  • Beautiful luster and shine
  • Typically, hypoallergenic
  • Health benefits


  • Easily tarnishes

Argentium Silver and Non-Tarnish Alloys

Non-tarnish alloys are relatively new to the market. Argentium is much more expensive than sterling and also harder to get your hands on. It's also harder to tell the difference between Argentium and sterling silver because they both have the same quality stamp of - 925. Argentium silver contains more pure silver than sterling and is available in two grades: 93.2% or 96% purity. This is alloyed with copper and germanium, making the metal harder, more resistant to tarnish, easier to clean, and easy to maintain.


  • Durable
  • Tarnish resistant
  • Easy to maintain
  • Hypoallergenic
  • Health benefits


  1. More expensive
  2. Can tarnish under certain conditions

Coin Silver

Coin silver was once a more common alloy in the United States. It is now fairly rare, and the name causes quite a bit of confusion. The technical "coin silver" alloy is .900 silver, 90% silver and 10% copper. The name "coin silver" is because metalsmiths historically made items from melted down scrap coin metal. At the time the name was given, coins were made from more precious metal than today. Monetary coins in our country, and most others, no longer contain silver and are instead made from more inexpensive, durable base metals. Some collectible coins or coin investment instruments have higher silver content. They are marked as such with a quality stamp and usually come with certificates of authenticity. Coin silver jewelry that is still on the market will bear a quality stamp of .900. Many of these pieces are antiques.


  • Affordable
  • Good purity content
  • Rare


  • Rare, therefore, hard to find
  • Tarnishes easily



Jewelry sold as just ‘silver’ is pretty mysterious. Sometimes ‘silver’ jewelry is nothing more than a low-quality brass base with a flash coating of thin silver on top. This coating quickly wears off and leaves the piece looking cheap - because it probably was. With silver, you will usually get what you pay for - and if you didn't pay much, you probably wouldn't get much.


Silver filled is similar in characteristics to gold-filled metals. In terms of value, it sits somewhere between sterling silver and silver plated. Silver filled is not an alloy but rather a plating type that contains a heavier layer of silver. Silver filled is either 5% or 10% sterling silver by weight, fused with heat and pressure to a brass core. There is no legally approved quality stamp standard for silver-filled at this time. However, some use the stamp .925 SF, which can be misleading, so be aware of your pay. Cheaper sterling silver can mean silver filled.


  • More silver than silver plating
  • Affordable


  • Tarnishes easily
  • Item is not made of Silver!
  • Not hypoallergenic

Silver-plated | Silver Finished 

Silver-plated jewelry is basically low-quality costume jewelry. This type of silver does not have the same hypoallergenic and durable qualities as true silver. With this type of jewelry, a thin coat of silver covers a cheaper metal. Costume jewelry will not have a quality stamp, but sometimes dishonest manufacturers may use 925 stamps. So again, be aware of price, pay attention if the piece is doubtfully cheap.


  • Affordable
  • Good for costume jewelry


  • Not hypoallergenic
  • Not durable
  • Item is not made of Silver!
  • Very little silver used

Nickel Silver

Nickel silver is a bit of a misnomer because "silver" describes the color of the metal and not the content. This is a base metal alloy consisting primarily of copper with nickel and/or zinc. This type of silver is an inexpensive base metal similar in appearance to sterling, but it contains no real silver at all.  Nickel silver has many other names on the market, such as Alpaca silver or German silver. It is used in costume jewelry but should be clearly described as a nickel alloy since many people are allergic to nickel. It is recommended to sell nickel silver as a "base metal" because the term "nickel silver" can be misleading for consumers.


  • Inexpensive
  • Good for costume jewelry
  • Workable
  • Durable


  • It’s not silver!
  • Not hypoallergenic
  • Often sold as real sterling silver

Tibetan or Tribal Silver

Tibetan silver and many other types of silver described as "tribal" silver etc. are base metal alloys that are only silver in appearance. Contents of the alloys vary tremendously, and many contain no silver content whatsoever. Some of these imports from exotic lands contain dangerous metals such as lead. Buyer beware. This jewelry should be purchased with caution and never given to children. Tribal pieces can be quite beautiful, so purchase for the design's value rather than the value of the metal.


  • Beautiful designs
  • Inexpensive


  • Can contain dangerous metals
  • Not hypoallergenic
  • May not contain silver
  • Low durability

Finally, being informed about silver types makes it easier to understand silver jewelry quality and pricing.



In Mystic J, we only use two kinds of silver one is close to fine silver, 95% silver; the remaining 5% is copper, and the second is Sterling silver 925. Our jewelry is 100% free of Nickel and Zinc. However, all our fully handmade jewels are stamped with 925 and our logo. Some of our silver jewelry is plated in Rhodium. Still, usually, we avoid plating our silver jewels in other metals so that, by wearing our jewelry, you could take advantage of silver health benefits as well.


Unique style

In Mystic J, we only create unique designs that compose our unique style of Symmetric Avant-garde. What we love the most is the process of jewelry designing and crafting. Jewelry designing is an art that requires passion, creativity, and love for what you do. We want each of our mystic jewelry to send the message and transmit the symbols' powerful energy. So you enjoy fashionable unique designs with meaning. We value our authenticity the most! That is why we design each of our pieces for you individually, precisely, and carefully that you feel the piece's uniqueness and express your unique self freely in the most authentic way.

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quality: Ethically made in Spain & Georgia

Mystic J positions as a socially responsible brand; that is why we do not have mass production.
We prefer to handcraft your jewelry individually for you that, on the one hand, your jewelry was a unique piece that cannot be repeated; and on the other hand, to avoid polluting the planet with mass production. Besides, fully handmade jewelry done individually for you - means better quality. Even our stylish packaging is handmade. Furthermore, we only use precious metals and stones. We work only with quality materials. Since we believe that precious metals and stones are not only beautiful but also have positive effects on our health and energy. Moreover, our jewelry is nickel-free, zinc-free, and free of any substances that can cause allergies to the majority of people.

Most of our jewels are massive, avant-garde statement pieces. We want that you feel the quality and preciousness of these natural metals.

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The unity of Avant-garde, Mystic, and Fashion.
Mystic J is all about expressing beauty, love, and freedom of the artistic soul most authentically. While being modern, stylish, and unique, we give back to the jewelry its primary function - meaning! Each piece of our fine jewelry communicates the meaning and energy of esoteric, mystical, or historical symbols from the different cultures in a unique style of symmetric Avant-garde. Discover simply the most stylish mystic jewelry with meaning!