ann ladson


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all jewelry and utensils are handcrafted to order, please allow 2-4 weeks for your order to be made before shipment. 

if you would like something rushed please email me and i will do my best to accommodate.

if you have any questions regarding current inventory, please inquire



shipping is done through the USPS at at flat rate of $18. per shipping address, including tracking and insurance within the continental US. 

fed-ex 2day ($36.00) and overnight ($65.00) are also available, please inquire to see if the items you want expedited are in stock.

international shipping is also done through the USPS at a flat rate of $40. 



all ann ladson jewelry and utensils are made to order after receipt of your transaction through the online shop. for this reason, all sales are final.  

in the event that a piece arrives damaged or defective, please contact me within 48 hours of receipt, and arrangements will be made for return shipping and repair of the item without a fee. please do not return your item until you receive prior confirmation.


i will repair any design purchased through ann ladson. please email me for instructions.


bronze utensils and vessels should be kept dry and can be polished with lemon juice then rinsed with mild soap and dried with a clean cotton cloth.

sterling silver can be brought back to it's original shiny luster with mild toothpaste, a rinse and dry. if you have silver polish and wish to use that, i see nothing wrong with silver polish.

knife blades are recycled saw mill blades composed of high carbon steel of the very best quality. that said, they should be used, enjoyed, sharpened occasionally and kept dry after a thorough cleaning. any residual water on the blade will lead to surface discoloration that can easily be removed with a scotch write pad and some soap then thoroughly dried after rinsing.

gold jewelry is solid gold and requires no polishing. you can occasionally have it cleaned as dirt and grime will get in any crevices.

sterling silver jewelry, if worn often will not need polishing as the ph of your skin will keep it looking bright .if left on your dresser over time it will begin to oxidize, mild toothpaste is a great silver polish.

bronze jewelry, worn often will maintain its original luster on the majority of people. if left unworn, it will begin to patina and get a richer yellow hue. in order to bring it back to it's original state, you may use lemon juice, then rinse under water with mild soap and wipe dry with a clean cotton cloth.

store your jewelry in a dry and climate controlled environment.



**due to the handmade nature of the work, subtle variances are considered part of the aesthetic and no two pieces are exactly alike.**



ann ladson will never distribute or share your information with third parties. your information is used solely to process your order and any financial information exchanged is not kept on file.

occasionally emails are sent to inform you of new work and sales, if you prefer to be removed from this list, please email



all designs, photographs, logos and content on this website are the intellectual property of ann ladson. please share....with acknowledgement of its source and link backs.



brand identity by kevin manley

portrait shot by rob howard in his maker's stories

photograph of the lovely becca dupree (above) shot on sullivans island, sc by

all other photos on this site were reluctantly shot by myself, ann ladson stafford