Treble Clef Sterling Silver Fork Cuff Bracelet

Regular price $200.00
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A sterling silver cuff bracelet makes a perfect gift for him, her or for yourself. The tines of this bracelet are sculpted into a treble clef shape, perfect for any music lover.

The bracelet was made from a vintage sterling silver dinner fork, which likely sat forgotten in storage for years or decades. Then Lost & Forged transformed it into a beautiful statement jewelry peice.

When you order, you will receive:

  • A sterling silver cuff bracelet, with the tines sculpted into a treble clef shape
  • The bracelet is made from a vintage sterling silver dinner fork
  • The bracelet fits most wrists, from size 5.5 to 7.5. You can adjust the size by bending gently.
  • The jewelry piece will arrive in attractive gift packaging
  • Comes with a 45 Day Money back Guarantee
  • Ships in 2 – 3 business days
  • Rush shipping is available

With our 45-day money back guarantee, you have no worries. Whether you are purchasing this beautiful bracelet as a gift or as a treat for yourself, you will not be disappointed. Place your order today and it will soon be arriving for you to give or to wear.

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Extremely well done! Great service.

Jacob R. Raitt

Treble Clef

Dana says that it is lovely. She has one question. Will it tarnish?

Lost & Forged

I'm so glad she likes it! The bracelet will likely tarnish a bit over time, like all sterling silver. If she wants to keep it shiny, she can polish it occasionally with a soft cloth, or apply a clear acrylic coating (like Krylon) to slow down the tarnish. Alternatively, a lot of people like for their silver pieces to develop a darkened, antique-looking tarnish. If so, there's no need to polish it ever! I sent this by email too, by the way.