Spring 2018 Collection by Ann Lightfoot

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Spring 2018 Collection by Ann Lightfoot

from 68.00

A beautiful new collection from Ann Lightfoot Jewelry. A pop of color for Spring/Summer 2018. We're always so grateful for the personal relationship we have with Ann and her team. Our collectors benefit by having the most selection and easiest access to her designs. We all agree this collection is some of her best work. Enjoy!

#1 - long drop earrings of hematite, ocean jasper, sterling silver, $110

#2 - flower earrings of African jade, sterling, $80

#3 - fringe necklace of hematite, African jade on grey cord, tie closure/ no clasp, $205

#4 - intermittent necklace of African jade on grey cord, $90

#5 - flower earrings of quartz, grey cord, sterling silver, $125

#6 - drop earrings of faceted white moonstone, sterling silver, $110

#7 - fan earrings of amazonite, sterling silver $90

#8 - long drop earrings of African jade on oxidized sterling chain, $70

#9 - cluster earrings of African jade, sterling silver $70

#10 - ladder earrings of African jade, sterling silver, $125

#11 - 33” pendant necklace of hematite, green wood, grey cord, $68

Additional info:

  • Only one available
  • Tie closure, no clasp on fringe necklace to allow for length to be adjusted
  • Made by hand in Connecticut
  • Each piece is unique, color and shape may vary from color in photo
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ANN LIGHTFOOT JEWELRY has been exhibited at art galleries and museums and has been featured in several publications. Ann has cultivated an international following, and her jewelry designs are collectibles, featuring uniquely cut, natural stones used in an unexpected, combinations and scale. Post-modern and feminine, each piece is deeply individual and born from a devotion to natural design.

Ann's jewelry also reflects her interest in other cultures. After graduating from Harvard College, where she earned a degree in History and Literature, Ann ran a teaching program in Bangkok, Thailand. She has also worked with Cambodian refugees in Thailand, for a non-profit organization in Paris and for a French cosmetics company in New York. Ann's first jewelry designs were created out of jade medallions and vintage glass stones found in a Shanghai antique market, and she continues to find and use unusual stones and pendants from around the world in her designs.