FAQs about Black Hills Gold Jewelry
Near the end of the California Gold Rush of 1849, prospectors and artisans migrated to Colorado, Montana and South Dakota after exhausting their resources on the West Coast. While miners were busy digging for gold, artisans designed nature-inspired gold jewelry at the miner's camps. Black Hills gold quickly became the new thing for jewelry designs and continues to be popular today. Black Hills gold jewelry is available in many styles, including the original variety which exhibits colorful three-dimensional foliage and fruit. Use our answers to frequently asked questions about Black Hills gold to make your gold jewelry selections.