Inspired by unique raw materials, designer Ann Lightfoot's distinctively feminine, elemental focus on natural beauty and elegance is on full display with this spectacular geode slice necklace.
Derived from the Greek word geode -- meaning "earth-like" -- geodes are spherical rocks that contain hollow cavities lined with various crystals, including pyrite, opal, chalcedony and macrocrystalline quartz.
Worn solo or stacked with other pieces, this distinctive hand-made piece with adjustable macrame cord is sure to add an eye-catching burst of style to any outfit.
"My designs are driven by the materials — the color and shape of each stone dictates the design. Sometimes the stones sit on my studio floor for years until I put it all together..."Designer Ann Lightfoot | Hartford Courant
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