Our Black Hills Gold engagement and anniversary rings incorporate the pink and green gold leaf designs. You can find them set with a variety of gemstones and beautiful center and accent diamonds. No matter the occasion, this unique look makes certain that no other Black Hills Gold engagement and anniversary rings will be exactly like yours.
Over a span of 14 years, 360 goldminers-turned-craftsmen carved a rough granite mountain into a polished national treasure, known today as Mount Rushmore. Today, in dozens of intricate steps, our craftspeople carry on this tradition of quality and excellence with every piece of Mt. Rushmore Black Hills Gold and diamond jewelry. There are many steps involved in the handcrafting of a single delicate design. Each piece is cast, shaped, ground, polished, soldered, cleaned, wriggled and engaved by our skilled artisans. We still use the ancient process of lost-wax casting and how diamonds are cast in molten gold! Diamond cutting has also been added to many of our pieces that includes a precise process involved in creating one of the world’s most prized possessions.
Black Hills Gold Jewelry first appeared over 100 years ago after the Black Hills Gold Rush of 1876. The yellow gold grape and leaf designs in shades of pink and green gold make Black Hills Gold unique. The colors are achieved by alloying the gold with silver to produce green and copper to produce pink. The tri-colored look is popular not only because of its beauty, but also because it coordinates well with other jewelry.
Your Black Hills Gold was crafted in the most modern jewelry manufacturing company in the Midwest, Mt. Rushmore Black Hills Gold! The building includes gem lab, design studio, and many specialized departments where skilled artisans work to perfect each hand crafted jewelry design. “Heads above the Rest” in Black Hills Gold innovations.
Lifetime Guarantee: Mt. Rushmore Black Hills Gold hand-crafts each piece of Black Hills jewelry with quality and precision, and guarantees your jewelry to be free from any manufacturing defects in workmanship.