During the California gold rush in 1870 Henri Labeau, a French goldsmith, got lost in the Black Hills of South Dakota. While struggling with dehydration and starvation he had fallen asleep, and had a dream he seen a mountain stream with grape vines growing on the banks. After he woke up, he walked over a rise and found the stream and grape vines just like he had dreamt. Out of gratitude he dedicated his life to creating jewelry in the shape of grape clusters and leaves styled in rose, green, and yellow gold.
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