A spray of faceted white feldspar on a woven brown cord.
Ann Lightfoot jewelry has been exhibited in art galleries and museums throughout the world; each piece inspired by raw and delicate natural materials and born of a devotion to design, beauty and elegance. Post-modern, elemental and feminine, each piece is resolutely handmade and deeply individual.
Ann’s jewelry reflects her interest in other cultures and her time living and working abroad. After graduating from Harvard College, she ran a teaching program in Bangkok, Thailand and worked for Save the Children in the Phanat Nikhom refugee camps. She has traveled throughout Southeast Asia and her first jewelry designs were created out of jade medallions and vintage glass stones found in a Shanghai antique market. She continues to use fine materials from Asia, South America and Africa in her work.