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Review of the StarStrings Collection

Updated on January 27, 2011

Guitar String Bracelet from the StarStrings Collection

Photo courtesy of Molly Magdalain,
Photo courtesy of Molly Magdalain,

A melange of art, music and jewelry blend seamlessly into one powerful entity in the “StarStrings Collection.” Recycled guitar strings define the brand which is an innovative product of Molly Magdalain’s artistic vision and passion for music. A melodious fusion of sassy urban funk and bling, the "StarStrings Collection" sparkles with sophisticated elegance. Each piece captures the essence of the woman behind the design, reflecting the intrepid soul of a born artist, the boldness of a trendsetter.

For those of us with a passion for wearable art, the eclectic “StarStrings Collection” offers a myriad of choices. From the spectacular Swarovski Crystal Tiara Guitar String Cuff to the sizzling Red Coral and Hill Tribe Silver Guitar String Bracelet and exotic Tribal Bone Bracelet, this is jewelry that dazzles and delights. Bracelets, necklaces and earrings are a symphony of topaz, amber, amethyst, pietersite, charoite, chrysoprase, stichtite, sugilite and staurolite, sleekly anchored by guitar or bass strings once plucked by musicians, many of them famous.

Clients are known to select pieces based on the healing properties of the gemstones in the designs. Pietersite assists in recognizing the beauty of the soul. Topaz replaces negativity with love and happiness. Sugilite infuses the being with inspiration and confidence. The symbolism attached to these remarkable stones is a poignant reminder to live a purposeful life. Molly says it best, “In the end, each piece becomes a reflection of the individual who wears it, an amplification of one's truly unique style. I think we’re all searching for a sense of our own meaning, and I hope I can be a part of that journey.”


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