Make a musical statement with this unique triple guitar string bangle bracelet! Electric guitar strings are wound into connected bangles and finished off with gold jewelry wire and brass ball end beads. Each bangle is unique yet they are connected to present a unified two-tone look that will catch the eye!
What is a ball end? It's a tiny brass bead that comes from the end of the guitar string. It's the piece that holds the guitar string onto the guitar!
Each piece is hand-made to order. To find your size, please see below.
Please note: Most of the strings used in these creations have been played and therefore they may have imperfections, patina, and markings from the frets. This only adds to the charm and uniqueness of the pieces. Each item is hand-made to order and your item may differ slightly from the one pictured.
Each unique piece of jewelry we create comes beautifully packaged and ready to delight as a gift for yourself or someone special in your life!
A portion of the profits from each sale of High Strung Recycled Guitar String Jewelry is donated to Musicians on a Mission(MOAM).
"Our mission is to utilize the power of music to create connection and inspire giving. We raise awareness and funds for local charitable organizations through planned musicial events showcasing New Jersey performers. We support the local music community by creating opportunities for musicians to connect, share and make a difference through their music."
Find out more at http://www.musiciansonamission.org
A bangle bracelet is an ‘O’ shape without a clasp, meaning it needs to slide over the hand. With the instructions provided here you should be able to find your perfect size. Guitar string bangles are very flexible but they do not stretch. If your measurements are accurate you will have no problem finding a bangle that fits!
There are two ways to get your bangle size:
1. Measure a bangle that you already own: Measure the inside diameter of a bangle bracelet you already own and compare it to the chart below.
2. Measure your hand: There are two options here.
The quick version of this is to measure the length between your knuckles. Make a fist and measure the length from your first knuckle to your last knuckle. Refer to the diameter measurements on the chart in order to determine your size.
The other option is to measure the circumference of your hand. To do this, make your hand as small as possible, as if you were putting on bangles, bringing your thumb and little finger together.
Using the tape measure, measure around your hand (across your knuckles) at the widest point. Make note of the actual circumference of your hand and compare it to the bangle circumference in the chart in the photo.