Cross Guitar Pick On Ball Chain
Cross Guitar Pick On Ball Chain
Cross Guitar Pick On Ball Chain
Cross Guitar Pick On Ball Chain
Cross Guitar Pick On Ball Chain
Cross Guitar Pick On Ball Chain
Cross Guitar Pick On Ball Chain
Cross Guitar Pick On Ball Chain
Forgiven Jewelry

Cross Guitar Pick On Ball Chain

Regular price $10.99

Cross Guitar Pick On Ball Chain

Item STG3X - Cross Guitar Pick On Ball Chain is made from lead free pewter that has a antique pewter finish.  This pick is double sided and is proudly made in the USA.

Cross Guitar Pick On Ball Chain details:

  • Item STG3X
  • American Design
  • Made in the USa
  • Lead Free Pewter Pendant
  • Comes on 30 inch ALUMINUM ball chain
  • Chain is strong and will not rust
  • Chain can be cut with scissors or snips to any size you like
  • Guitar pick measures 1" x 1-1/4"
  • Guitar pick thickness 3/32"
  • Antique silver finish guitar pick
  • Cross Design is hand engrave on each side of the pick


We made our pewter pick to replicate the shape of a real guitar pick. The main feature other than its prolific shape is the cool engraved Cross on each side of the lead free pewter with antique finish.  We love real authentic guitar picks used for playing guitars and though it would be cool to make a replica pick out of our fine quality American made pewter that is lead free with a nice antique finish that make is rugged. The Cross image is hand engraved on both sides. 

    The original designs of guitar picks are often shaped in an acute isosceles triangle with the two equal corners rounded and the third corner less rounded. Overall this pendant has our unique rocking style cross that is sure to attract attention. Not only is it super cool, it is a reflection of Faith in Christ.

    True American Design by Americans who put America first. We put Americans to work and bless 1000’s of American families with unique Christian Jewelry with stunning design, quality, and family values. We are born and raised right here in the USA. We have been serving the American people since 1993

     

    Our Story on our Cross designs

    The Cross Necklace would be meaningless without the reboot... Jesus, Gods only son, was basically murdered for no reason in Jerusalem. Calvary is the Latin form of the word. The Holy Bible does not reveal the precise location of Golgotha. It simply states that Jesus' crucifixion took place outside the city of Jerusalem, though near it (John 19:20; Hebrews 13:12). Why was Jesus Murdered if he is blameless and not guilty? Because he claimed he was God's only son... He took our place on the Cross because none of us are guiltless or blameless or perfect in any way. That is what is so cool about our Cross design because it has slight blackish color in the engraved area that represents the suffering and sin Jesus willing bore for us. It is a unique look to cherish and to adore. This cross pick suspends freely along an 22" black Rubber cord choker.

     

    Cross Guitar Picks makes a great gift - Made by Christians that live and love the USA... that should mean something to you

    This Guitar Pick Cross Necklace is made right here in the USA using lead free pewter with antique silver finish that is rugged. The cross necklace is on an 22 inch soft black rubber cord with two inch extender that can make this necklace about 24 inches long. The guitar pick necklace will make for perfect Graduation, Confirmation, Walk to Emmaus, Easter, VBS, or Sunday school gift. No religious event is complete until you have the right guitar pick necklace to really bring everything together. think about it, is really is a great gift at any VBS, the cross necklace looks great and will be a hit with everyone.

     

      History of Guitar Picks

      As with other great inventions, the origin of the pick has been a mystery for the ages. They were not called guitar picks in ancient times they were called a "plectrum". They have been used for thousands of years but they did not resemble the modern day guitar picks. A plectrum is a small flat tool used to pluck or strum a stringed instrument. They were by default designed for hand-held instruments such as guitars and mandolins. The plectrum over time is replaced with modern term "pick". It is regarded as "tool" being held in the player's hand. A man named Tony D'Andrea was one of the first people to use celluloid to produce and sell guitar picks. In 1902 he started to punch out guitar picks from small pieces of celluloid. This became very popular because of its natural flexibility From the 1920s through the 1950s, D'Andrea Manufacturing would dominate the world's international pick market.

      More from this collection

      x
      x