I love Gold Hill rings and have owned several over the years. This one is beautiful.
Beautiful ring. Delivered quickly.
The ring was for my mother who turned 90 years young. She loved the ring and it fit perfectly. At first I was not sure I was going to get it in time, but when I contacted Jason and he said it would be sent out the next day. I received it the next day and mom was so surprised. She just loved it. It is a beautiful ring.
Love this ring. Great fit and looks so good with the other 2 Black Hills Gold on my hand. Thank you so much for having this ring available.
Great love it
The ring i ordered is beautiful fits perfect. Would recommend to a friend.
Love this black hills gold ring. I got it in emrememberance of my mother who loved BHG.
This ring was a great find for me, I'm so excited ! It's beautiful, and high quality.
I will be enjoying it for years. Thank you so much for a very professional transaction.
I love my latest addition to my BHG ring collection! I cam't stop staring at it. I habe 5 BHG rings on my right hand and 4 on my left. I wear them every day. I will be looking for one more that will have my birthstone on it. Thank you all so much! God bless.
I just recd my latest BHG ring and I love it. I have 5 BHG rings on my right hand and now 4 on my left with this new addition. I can't stop staring at it, it is so beautiful! Tha k you Fortune and Glory for this wonderful additon to my collection.
This ring offers a beautiful take on the traditional Black Hills Gold design with swirling vines of leaves and grapes. Ring is set in 10K gold and features 12k gold green and rose leaves in traditional Black Hills Gold styling. Available in sizes 3 - 10.5. All jewelry comes with a complimentary Black Hills Gold presentation box. An optional Fortune and Glory gift box may also be added if desired.
Ships to Europe & Canada at no additional cost
Made in South Dakota, USA
Metal: 10/12K Yellow Gold
Sizes: 3 - 10.5
About Black Hills Gold...
According to legend, a French goldsmith named Henri LeBeau became lost during the "gold rush days" of the middle 1870s in the Black Hills of South Dakota. He fell asleep believing he was dying of thirst and starvation. During a dream, he saw a mountain stream with grapevines growing on its banks.
Upon awakening, he walked over a rise and found the stream and grapevines just as he had in his dream and, out of gratitude, dedicated his life and talents to creating jewelry in the shapes of grape clusters and leaves fashioned in rose, green and yellow gold.
Today, a series of up to 40 different steps are necessary to capture the same dramatic detail in our traditional and contemporary Black Hills Gold designs.