Steve Morse Native Peace Stringbender Necklace

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Embodying the Native American value of accord with nature, this stylish necklace features the iconic symbol of peace, hand-hewn from solid silver. Imparting musical flavor, attached is the ball-end from a guitar string played by Steve during a Deep Purple concert, elegantly snaked around itself. A long, solid black, leather-style (animal friendly) band serves as a causally chic necklace, tying the ensemble together. Suitable for men or women. Handmade by master jeweller (and Steve Morse fan) Katya Hast-Ekström.

Specifications • Peace Ornament: 30mm diameter • Necklace: 70cm • Genuine Ernie Ball guitar string section played by Steve • All metal is Sterling 925 silver • 100% Handmade

1 review for Steve Morse Native Peace Stringbender Necklace

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Marie Céline MUSSARD (verified owner)

    Very nicely crafted symbol! Goes well with the guitar strings repurposing concept also 🙂 I recommend!

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Katya Arts

My art and my jewelry are devoted to the peace, love and understanding that I experienced as a child in the 1970s. Music is everything to me—it breathes into my life a sense of rhythm, energy and freedom. I was inspired by the guitar playing of Steve Morse to begin making jewelry, and moved by the Native American style he portrays. You’ll see feathers, arrows, and other hallmarks in many of my designs. With the launch of Steve’s official store, I’m honoured to be the exclusive creator of officially authorised Steve Morse jewelry. Each piece incorporates guitar strings he performed concerts with, or authorised items created specifically for this collection. I make each of my ornaments by hand, and hope they embody the same precision, intensity and dedication as the artist who inspired them.

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