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Yes, I freely admit to being a fan of Billy Joel. Elton John, too, for that matter. In fact, it was an MTV special I just saw about Sir Elton John that inspired this cuff (my original design), but I chose to name it after Billy. Maybe there'll be an Elton John version in the future...

Anyone who plays piano, whether they're a Billy Joel or Elton fan (hey, who said Liberace?), will absolutely love this cuff!

I couldn't fit all 88 keys on it, but there are enough of them to play quite a number of tunes. It's created using bright white and jet black opaque Japanese Delica beads. The closure, made from the same beads as they piano keys, is designed to blend right into the design. It's very comfortable, and you'll love wearing it, whether you pair it with your favorite jeans or your favorite black recital dress.

♦ Width: 1-3/4" (44mm)
♦ Length: 7" (18cm), when clasped
♦ Closure: Loop and beadwoven toggle
♦ Technique: two drop peyote
♦ Materials: Japanese delica beads (size 11), Fireline

♦♦ Custom sizes and colors available upon request.

♦♦ MADE TO ORDER: The cuff pictured here is made to order. Please see my shop policies for more information.

Packaged in a beautiful gift box, perfect to give as a present to someone special or to yourself!

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Item #2865 (made to order)

Piano Man ... Peyote Bracelet . Beadwoven Cuff . Black and White . Keys . Music . Musician . Pianist . Keyboard . Classic

$76.00

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Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: delicas, fireline
  • Made to order
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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