Combining the treble clef and bass clef as earrings
and a sixteenth note as a pendant we have the Grand Staff Collection.
The staff, (or stave),
is a set of five horizontal lines and four spaces that each represent a different musical pitch.
A grand staff is two sets of staffs held together with a bracket.
In the case of written music for the piano,
the top (typically) is the treble clef and the lower staff is a bass clef.
For this collection,
the treble clef (one inch tall)
and the bass clef (5/8 inch)
are earrings with a sixteenth note
(about one inch tall)
hung on a 16 inch chain
(longer lengths of chain are available when ordering).
I described the Treble clef, Bass Clef
and Note Amulet in greater detail in earlier blogs.
All available in sterling silver, the sixteenth note had crushed turquoise in the center of the “dot”.
These are a great way to celebrate your love for music!
Whether you play an instrument,
sing or simply love music,
the Treble Clef Earrings are perfect for the music lover in your life.
To order yours,
please go to the Grand Staff Collection page.
More music jewelry may be seen on my Music Jewelry page.
The note with the turquoise is especially great.
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