The Beauty of Black Hills Gold Gemstone Bracelets

A bracelet is an accessory that adds polish to your appearance, whether you’re all glammed up for a night on the town or dressed down in denim. Add a piece of jewelry with a delightful design, feminine appeal, and a bit of romantic history. You can do this with your favorite from our selection of Black Hills Gold bracelets.

That history derives from our distinctive design, which uses grape clusters, leaves, and vines to add detail. The inspiration comes from goldsmith Henri LeBeau who dreamed of French vineyards after collapsing from thirst. This design style lives on in a number of our Black Hills Gold gemstone bracelets.

A Mixture of Shining Gemstones, Precious Metals, & Appealing Alloys

We work with Black Hills gold, other precious metals, and gold alloys in our design. Of course, we offer Black Hills Gold bracelets in gold mined right here in South Dakota’s Black Hills. Still, our designers also use silver and a mix of copper and gold that turns into that lovely rose gold.

We add to the intricate designs with gemstones that range from diamonds to amethysts to pink sapphires and cubic zirconium. Browse our website for the bracelet that pleases you and order online for convenience.

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Holiday Closure & Cut off Dates

We, here at Jewelry Black Hills Gold, are hopeful that everyone is safe and healthy as the Holidays draw near.

To allow enough time for manufacturing for the Hopes of orders for Christmas, please place orders by 11/17/23. Order placed after 11/17/23 must be shipped via expedited shipping ofUPS Blue or UPS Red. Please note that after 12/8/23 ALL orders will be dated 1/22/24 for shipping & NOTGUARANTEED FOR CHRISTMAS. HOWEVER, we will continue to process, pull and ship ALL product that is IN STOCK!  We will continue to do our very best to ship your items ASAP.

In addition, to allow our staff to enjoy their Holiday with Family & Friends, our factory/offices will be closed Thurs., Nov 23 & Fri, 24th as well as Fri, Dec. 22, 2023 through Jan. 2, 2024

God Bless & Have a Very Safe Holiday Season.