Once you choose the style of guitar string jewelry you'd like, the pricing and availability for the chosen piece will also be displayed.
- Choose your jewelry style:
Cuff is handcrafted in the USA from stainless steel and a recycled string donated by the musician of your choice. Cuff with string inlay features a sterling silver accent with the chosen musician’s initials. Two adjustable sizes are available, please determine your measurements in the sizing guide.
- Color, metal, quantity and thickness of the strings varies by artists. Images shown are samples only.
- A portion of profits is donated to the charity chosen by the selected musician. Nick Howard’s selected charity is the Great Ormond Street Hospital Children's Charity.
- These pieces are handcrafted and will ship approximately three weeks from the date of purchase.
MODERN. CLASSIC. SEXY.
Unisex bracelets and pendants handcrafted from guitar strings played on and donated by Nick Howard. These unique personalized accessories are custom made for you at the time of your order and a portion of profits is donated to the charity selected by the musician. Wear the music of your favorite rockstar and do good by donating to their favorite cause.
Nick Howard could never be accused of sitting still. Following a 2 year stretch in which the British singer-songwriter has played 300 shows across Europe and the US, enjoyed his first number 1, packed in several headlining tours and even managed to learn German in two months and win the hugely popular TV show The Voice of Germany, Nick Howard is set to release his fourth and latest album ‘Living In Stereo’ in the US following a hugely successful European release.
See more at www.nickhowardmusic.com
ABOUT THE CHARITY:
Great Ormond Street Hospital Children's Charity raises money to enable the hospital to provide world class care and to pioneer new treatments and cures for childhood illnesses. With over 240,000 patient visits every year, we need your support to help us give hope to our young patients and their families.
See more at www.gosh.org