Back to school band jewelry for students and moms

Back to school band jewelry for students and moms


Published On: 08-15-2013 12:04am

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Where did the summer school break go? The startup of going back to school already starts next week for most students in the USA. That means it's time for football games and marching band. It's also time for band jewelry!

In my ArtFire studio, "The Singing Beader", I sell music themed jewelry, including sterling silver musical instrument charm necklaces.  These necklaces are a hot item for band or orchestra students. Even "band moms" like wearing them.  All my instrument charm jewelry is   hand-constructed with a .925 sterling silver instrument charm, chain and findings. I have a large assortment of flutes, clarinets, bass drums, cellos, french horns, harps, tubas, trumpets, trombones, and even an oboe.  

The sterling silver charm necklaces all come with a small white, cotton filled gift box and have an enclosed made-by-hand insert chain card.  I designed this packaging using various colored insert cards, making a beautiful presentation for gift giving. I also make other instrument jewelry items that are metal alloy. These are simply packaged in a jewelry bag, however, you may request a gift box for any item.

I also sell microphone jewelry for the singer or karaoke enthusiast.  I have metal alloy microphone earrings with sterling silver earring wires, a microphone necklace with an antiqued silver chain and a microphone lapel pin. I also have a pair of harmonica earrings. Know a student who is in a rock band?  I also sell guitar jewelry.

All jewelry over US $30.00 is shipped with insurance coverage when shipped in the USA. Please read my policies for more details.

To see my music themed jewelry, shop at my ArtFire studio section, "Musical Instruments, Etc. Jewelry" . Thank you for tuning in!

Reader's Comments

By TheSingingBeader on 08/15/2013 @ 02:32pm

Thank you so much, Julie and Blu. :)

By bluemorningexpressions on 08/15/2013 @ 01:21am

Love your jewelry, Connie - shared this post Julie and Blu

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