You've refined your playing shouldn't your jewelry reflect that?

I cast keys from Eva Kingma flutes www.kingmaflutes.com in solid sterling silver. All the other components: chain, bails, toggles and clasps are solid sterling silver as well. This flute jewelry is fine jewelry. I accent some pieces with 14K gold and semi-precious stones or pearls to create my one-of-a-kind flute jewelry.

ALL NECKLACES COME ON A 16-INCH SNAKE CHAIN UNLESS OTHER LENGTH IS SPECIFIED IN THE DESCRIPTION. IF YOU PREFER AN 18-INCH CHAIN, PLEASE REQUEST THAT IN NOTES TO SELLER.

The ebony wood rings (seen on Inner Key pendant and earrings and on the rings) are from Chris Abell flute blanks www.abellflute.com. A bold bracelet is made from leather scraps from flute cases made by Northwind Cases www.northwindcases.com. Artisan Flute Jewelry debuted at the 2006 NFA Convention in Pittsburgh, and has had a presence at every convention since. At the 2010 NFA Convention in Anaheim, Artisan Flute Jewelry rebranded as Music for Your Eyes, Instrument Inspired Jewelry.

Remember all designs are custom made, so I can create just about anything!! (Also check out my other jewelry designs.) Contact me if you'd like a longer chain, a rubber or leather cord rather than snake chain and to let me know your ring or wrist size. If you want to add stones I don’t list or have the design created completely in gold your wish is just a call away.

Custom orders need to be placed at least two weeks in advance of delivery date, so it is certain to be there for that special moment. In spring 2008, I am honored that my pendant Caged Porcelain was included in the collection of International jewelry artists, 500 Pendants, published by Lark Books.