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American Bald Eagle Facts
Want to know more about Eagles?
Check out the National Eagle Center in Wabasha MN, their site is packed full of incredible information about the Bald Eagle and Golden Eagles that they are actually tracking. There are many beautiful Eagle photos of not only their Eagles but photos sent into by members of their “Flickr Photo Group” and you can get a bird’s eye view with their Eagle Cams; along with the many posts about Eagle Nest’s, Eagle Eggs, and of course Eagle Hatchlings.
Black Hills Gold Eagle Jewelry
Welcome to our selection of authentic Black Hills Gold Eagle jewelry manufactured by the two leading producers of Black Hills Gold Jewelry in South Dakota. Our selection includes 10 Karat Gold eagle pendants, eagle feather earrings, sterling silver eagle pendants, eagle pins and eagle watches all with accents of the authentic pink and green Black Hills Gold Leaves.
Authentic 12 Karat Black Hills Gold
Every Black Hills Gold item you are about to view is handcrafted in 10 karat gold or sterling silver with 10 karat and 12 karat Black Hills Gold trim in the traditional gold, pink and green colors, unless otherwise indicated. Our selection includes many styles accompanied with Onyx settings, and others are diamond cut to give them extra shine.
On orders of $100.00 or more!
This offer is not valid on Cold Cast Bald Eagle Sculptures. If ordering quantities of 10 or more please call for discounted prices and shipping rates.
Offer valid on shipments within the U.S. only.
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The Black Hills Gold Legend
Over 100 years ago, a young French goldsmith named Henri LeBeau came to the United States to make his fortune after hearing of the 1876 Black Hills Gold Rush. Henri was unfamiliar with the rugged Black Hills terrain and became hopelessly lost. Almost dying of starvation, he stumbled upon wild grapes that saved his life. In honor of the lifesaving grapes, he created jewelry which he called the “good luck” jewelry. Other gold miners wanted good luck, so LeBeau’s jewelry soon became known as Black Hills Gold.