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Handcrafted Nosepins & Clip-on

Exclusive collection of nose pins in silver, copper, and other materials. 



Complete your Indian traditional look with nose pins

In Indian culture, every jewelry has a special meaning. From bangles to anklets, from toe rings to earrings, everything depicts a significance symbolizing the true beauty of a woman. Among all these trinkets, nose pins and rings have always given a higher place for its impact on a woman’s sexuality and the health of her uterus according to Indian culture. 

Women and girls who have a slightly large nose often worry about not looking good with the nose pins, but it is the other way around. If picked correctly, any nose ring or pin can enhance your beauty tenfold. Explore an amazing collection ofsilver nose pins online crafted by intricate handwork of Indian artisans and brought by iTokri.

Accessorizing with nose pins to look chic

Although earrings, rings, and necklaces are considered an essential part of accessorizing to look fabulous, the way a nose pin accentuates your look, nothing else does. Whether you wish to make your traditional look breathtakingly beautiful or want to jazz up the casual look, it can be worn in any way effortlessly. Here are some looks you might want to try out with variousnose ring designs. 

Tribal design for a boho-chic look

Bring out the beauty of your white kurta and a pair of blue skinny jeans by combining the look with a nose ring with tribal design all over it. You can also get afghani stylenose pin online if you wish. Black kohl eyes, a messy bun, and a pair of kolhapuri chappals will indeed give you a perfect boho touch. 

Traditional nose rings for a divine look

Let the goddess in you feel free during this festive season by wearing a traditional silk saree, a nath, and vivid eye makeup with perfect wings. Add a mangteeka and you are just ready to make them feel awestruck by your true Indian beauty. From festive season to weddings, suchnose rings online are perfect for anything traditional.

Effortless everyday accessorizing

Why keep them for occasions when you can wear nose rings and pins every day for effortless styling. From western outfits like jeans, palazzos, jumpsuits, and some dresses too to the traditional and indo-western looks, nose pins can go well with any look if you pick out the perfect design. Keep it minimal for western, boho for the indo-western, and traditional for the festive or wedding looks, and you will make everyone fall for you. 

Get yourself carved with precisionstone nose pins online shopping in India on iTokri. Being lightweight and easy to wear, these will not put too much pressure on your piercing if it is newly done. However, if you are feeling redness and pain, apply a little mustard oil mixed with Haldi on it to reduce the inflammation. Also, try to stick the light studs instead of the heavy nose rings for the new piercing. If you do not wish to get a piercing done, grab someclip-on nose ring and you are ready.  

Surprise someone special with handcrafted nose pins by iTokri

If you wish to surprise someone special in your life like a mother, wife, sister, or good friend, jewelry is the best way. It is an ideal option for gifting for any occasion whether it is for birthdays, anniversary, or festivals. To make the gift a little more special,buy a handcrafted nose pin made of oxidized alloys or silver. Nose pins are an important part of Indian culture. It brings out the elegance of women in the best way while making her feel empowered and beautiful. 

Gift nose pins and earrings online with quirky designs so someone who loves to rock the boho-chic style with a little gypsy touch. Minimal patterns and a small design on nose pins are loved by someone who adores adding minute detailing to their personality. These and many other options are easily available if you wish tobuy oxidized nose pins onlinein India. 

iTokri brings you a world of nose pins and nose rings from some of the best artisans and silversmiths in India at a decent price. All these jewelry pieces are so affordable, you can gift at least 10 to someone who loves them so they can create various looks with such an essential part of Indian culture. Not just these, you can explore all kinds of handmade oxidized jewelry online crafted with precision by expert craft workers in India on iTokri. 

Explore the world of quirky handicraft with iTokri

Bring the beauty of Indian handicraft from every part of the country into your home and life with an amazing collection at iTokri. Buy face masks online that are hand-painted with beautiful designs and patterns. You can flaunt it while keeping yourself safe from pollution and infections. Stylish traditional and tribal-inspired jewelry perfect for your every day to festive looks. You can also buy sarees and dupatta online over here if you are looking for a wedding or anniversary gift for someone special. 

There is a beautiful collection of home décor ideas over here as well for adding the warmth, your house needs. Colorful drapes, bed sheets, embroidered cushions, wall hangings, and vividly painted tableware and stationery perfect for Diwali, anniversary, birthdays, festivals, and even weddings. iTokri brings the world of Indian handicrafts online which you have never experienced. Buy one for yourself or gift one craftwork to someone loved in India or overseas with iTokri. 


1. Can a nose ring be used as an earring? 

Yes, you can wear a nose ring as earrings just get them in pairs. Clip-on and the one with screw can easily be worn as cartilage earrings if you love to wear multiple ones on your ear. 

2.Which side of your nose should you pierce?

Traditionally, the left side of the nose is the best for piercing, but the correct side is the one where you are comfortable. In some southern states, the nasal septum and both the sides are pierced but in the end, it is on you. 

3. What does a nose ring symbolize?

Every culture in the world has a different meaning for the nose ring. In some traditions, it is a symbol of marriage, while in others it depicts one’s sexuality. In India, it is a symbol of creating favorable conditions for childbirth and adding constructive changes in her sexuality after marriage.