Treble Clef


The word ‘clef’ is French for ‘key’.
The treble clef, or G clef, is found on the left hand side of a stave of music and indicates pitch.
The notes following a treble clef fall in a higher tonal range.
This is used for woodwinds, higher brass instruments, violin and most vocals.
Lower notes fall under either the bass clef or alto clef.

Adjustable treble clef pendant, cast in small batches from crown pewter. Just under 1 inch or 2.5 cm tall. Blackened, polished and finished with attention to craftsmanship. Comes on a black cotton cord with slidable slip grips. Comfortable, meaningful and inspirational.