We’re looking for the best cello gifts and accessories for cellists and music lovers. Choose from classic and popular music, T-shirts, professional business cards, decorative throw pillows, greeting cards, colorful buttons, and more unique cello gifts.
Watercolor by Mark Ashkenazi
Museum Quality Fine Art Print
Popular Cello Music
2Cellos (Stjepan Hauser and Luka Šulić)
Shirts are always popular gifts and these designs are hand-picked to celebrate the beauty of the cello. There are dozens of style options available in a wide range of colors, sizes, and styles. Click on any image to see what’s available for anyone from babies to seniors.
Cello Throw Pillows
Pillows are a perfect gift idea for the office or music room. These 100% polyester pillows are made of a high quality knit fabric. Not only are they soft, they’re wrinkle free. Click on any design to see more size and style options.
Cello Greeting Cards
Greeting cards are one of the most affordable cello gifts. These colorful cards measure 5 by 7 inches and are printed on ultra-heavyweight (120 lb.) card stock with a gloss finish. Each card comes with a white envelope.
Santa Claus Playing Cello Greeting Cards
Cello Business Cards
Professionally printed music business cards are available in sets of 100 on your choice of eight types of premium card stock. The printed information can be easily customized for any music teacher or performer. Classic business cards measure 2 by 3.5 inches, but popular skinny and chubby profile cards are available for some styles. Click on any design to see more options.
Here’s a fun and inexpensive way to show appreciation for your favorite musical instrument. Standard size square buttons measure 2 inches by 2 inches. Designs are printed on 100% recycled paper and covered with scratch and UV-resistant Mylar for years of enjoyment. Many styles allow you to choose a different background color for complete customization.
What is a Cello?
Performed by 2Cellos
We caught 2Cellos during one of their first USA performances and the crowd went wild! Stjepan Hauser and Luka Šulić are classically trained musicians from Croatia who’ve created some of the most popular cello music of recent times.
There are limits to how much sound a cello can make. That’s part of the framing of acoustical instruments. Finding what those limits might be, and then trying to suggest perhaps even the illusion of going beyond is part of that kind of effort.