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Dark Arpeggio - Reclaimed Cymbal Earrings

Dark Arpeggio

Reclaimed Cymbal Earrings
Regular price
$35.00
Sale price
$35.00

LIMITED EDITION! Made from dark colored cymbals.

What’s broken can be beautiful works of art. An arpeggio is a type of broken chord, and these earrings are made from broken cymbals. Show your love for guitar and music with our arpeggio reclaimed cymbal earrings.

  • Reclaimed from broken cymbals made from bronze, painted in black
  • Polished exterior finish
  • Due to the reclaimed nature of the cymbals we use, each product is different. You may receive a piece that slightly differs than what is pictured
  • Made in Salt Lake City, Utah
  • 30 day returns + 1 year warranty

old becomes new

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08/25/2022
Anonymous
United States United States

love them

Bought these as a gift for a friend and we both love them!

DK
07/08/2022
dennis K.
United States United States

Stud Earrings-New!

These earrings are awesome! Love the look of the cymbal texture! Fun to wear a piece that speaks to me as a drummer… Great Job!

JB
07/04/2022
Joseph B.
United States United States

Beautiful, Just Like The Others!

My wife likes the earrings and I think they look great on her!

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06/30/2022
Anonymous
United States United States

Love these eighth note earrings!

Full Circle quickly delivers fashionable jewelry made from former drum symbols. I always feel some joy inside when I wear their jewelry, doing my part to recycle and showing my love of music. Quick and easy purchase!

BJ
05/26/2022
Ben J.
United States United States

Perfect Gift

My niece is young musician and likes that she’s the only female drummer in orchestra. I’m looking for ways to encourage her. She was thrilled with these and was even more excited when she learned they were from cymbals.