For this necklace, YOU name the song - I'll emboss the sheet music on two separate custom-crafted fine silver necklaces that, when overlapped, create one unified heart!
Recognize the song in the photos? It's part of "The Schmuel Song" from The Last Five Years musical!
This necklace is a lovely choice for couples or best friends - though the pendants ultimately create a heart, the individual pendants are very gender-neutral.
The process for creating this necklace is very collaborative: you give me the song you'd like, and I find the sheet music. As a super cool bonus, if I absolutely cannot find any sheet music in existence for your chosen song, I have a very kind friend who will write it for you for a small additional fee (and the PDF of the entire song will be passed along to you, too!)
After securing the sheet music, we'll work together to choose the portion on which you'd ideally like to focus. I'll draft a proof of each pendant and, upon your final approval, I'll then begin the silver work.
Fine silver pendants each measure approximately 1" in length (please see the photo of the necklaces in my hand for approximate size reference). Each necklace may have initials or short text hand-stamped on the back at no additional cost, and each necklace includes an oxidized (darkened) sterling silver rolo chain at 18". If you'd like your chains left shiny - or if you'd prefer alternate lengths - please let me know before checking out! All bitty pieces on this necklace, including the jump rings and the lobster clasp closure, are sterling silver as well.
For another option of my customized sheet music necklaces, please see this section of my shop: http://www.etsy.com/shop/flirtandflutter?section_id=10287350
As these necklaces are completely custom-crafted, please see my shop announcements for the most accurate information regarding current creation times.
Questions or ideas? Please email me! I'm open to ideas and love the challenge of unique custom orders.
And thank you for looking through my shop - creating is a joy, and I'm lucky to have this opportunity. :)