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This simple guitar string bracelet is made from an electric steel bass guitar string. The bracelet measures about 7 1/2" in length. The bracelet has a silver plated hook style clasp. This bracelet is made to order, and may have slight differences from the ones pictured. The last two pictures are of my bracelet as seen in the March 2014 issue of Elle Magazine (my bracelet is shown layered with other bracelets).

If you would like a bracelet in a size other than 7 1/2", contact me, and if I have bass strings available I will be happy to make you one.

All of my guitar and bass string jewelry is made from previously played strings. Some strings may have some discoloration, but I feel this adds to the character of the pieces. Since most guitar strings are made up of more than one metal, for example steel and nickel, they are not able to be recycled. Unless the strings are given a new use they will just end up in the trash, which makes my guitar string jewelry eco-friendly as well as being beautiful and unique pieces of jewelry.

Please check out the rest of my shop to see my entire selection of guitar string, steampunk, and found object jewelry: http://www.etsy.com/shop/Tanith

To see more of my guitar string bracelets: http://www.etsy.com/shop/Tanith?section_id=6205355

Bass Guitar String Bracelet, Featured in Elle Magazine March 2014

$16.00 USD
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Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: bass guitar string, silver plated clasp
  • Made to order
  • Ships worldwide from California, United States
  • Feedback: 355 reviews
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