Violin Tuning Peg Necklaces
$34.95 + $5 Shipping and Handling
These necklaces are made with real violin pegs, many have been used in real violins. I like to imagine the wonderful places they have been and the music played through these necklaces!
Please indicate in the "Note to Seller" at checkout what necklace you would like by including the necklace ID number (example: #183). If there is no # in the photo, the specific product may not be available.
#598 purple and gold beading, black cord
#633 gold charm and beading, tan cord
#637 blue charm silver beading, black cord
#722 blue and silver charms, tan cord
#724 silver key charm, tan cord
#725 blue and silver charms, black cord
#726 gold key, black cord
#727 green and silver charms, tan cord
#728 light blue and silver charms, black cord
#729 black and silver charms, black cord
Help us continue supporting about 10 scholarships a year to the O'Connor Method String Camp Charlotte! All proceeds for violin peg necklace sales go towards this wonderful cause!
A limited selection of Maggie's Violin Tuning Peg Necklaces will also be available at the merchandise table for most of Maggie's performances. Please keep in mind, Maggie is primarily a touring musician, so we ask for a 2 to 3 week turnaround for shipping and there will be a no return policy. Blank peg necklaces (violin peg on a cord without any beading) can be made upon request. All necklace proceeds go towards scholarships for the O'Connor Method String Camps. Thank you for supporting string education!
Special thanks to Ziya Devletsah, Lukas Wronski, Lilo Blyton, Kirsten Allen,Frank E. Daniels, Phillip Injeian, Estefan Cortez of the Summerhays Music Center in UT, The Long Island Violin Shop, and Claire Givens Violins in MN, Alvin Fry Violins, David McGuirt at the Violin Shoppe Charlotte NC, Newman's Violins in WA, Joe Sites, Carol Siegel, Krutz violin inc, and Shar Music for their violin peg contributions! Special thanks to Eve Orenstein Dexter for semi-precious stone donations. Special thanks to Kate Lee O'Connor and Carolyn Dixon Weathers for the jewelry donations!
Find out more at www.oconnormethodstringcamp.com