The ring was even more beautiful than the picture in the phone. It brought tears to the girls eyes.n made me feel more proud giving it to a beautiful girl
I have a Black Hills ring I bought about 28 years ago. I love it. It has little emerald & diamonds in it small. I tried to duplicate it for my granddaughters graduation, but couldn't styles change. The one I got is similar, has the leaves & rose I love it because it is pretty but not over dressy, easy to ware and gets a lot of use & still looks good! As young people my granddaughter is casual, but classy. so I know she is going to enjoy it. Her party is this Saturday and it has arrived in time!☺ packaged well, as pictured (leaves not as green as picture) still beautiful. The price was great! Love the history & US made. It will be a collector's item like mine. I know my granddaughter will love it!
The ring was even more beautiful than the picture in the phone. It brought tears to the eyes of the girl I gave it to .She loved it so much. I want to buy her more things from your company. THANK YOU
She loved the gift!
I bought a ring very similar (without the diamond) in Oregon in 1997. I love it as much now as I did then and I always get positive comments about it.
It's a birthday present. Haven't given it ro her yet. Birthday is this Saturday. Out of 3 she liked this one the best
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Made in South Dakota, USA
This 10k gold ring features a single solitary diamond, elegant rose design and classic Black Hills Gold styling: 12k rose and green leaves. 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 Mt. Rushmore presentation box.
Diamonds: .03 TCW
Metal: 10/12K Yellow Gold
Sizes: 3 - 10.5
About Mt Rushmore Black Hills Gold...
Landstrom's is the oldest Black Hills Gold manufacturing company and is the only true heir to the original Black Hills Gold designs, tools, and manufacturing methods made over 100 years ago.
The distinctive grape and leaf design in three colors of gold make Black Hills Gold a unique American art form. In an age of robotic manufacturing, each piece of Landstrom's Black Hills Gold continues to be handcrafted by our highly skilled and talented artisans.
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.