Black Hills Gold Bison Pendant
These little Black Hills Gold bison charm/pendants were made for the National Buffalo Museum in Jamestown North Dakota and we were fortunate enough to get just 12 of them.
Black Hills gold jewelry is a type of jewelry manufactured in the Black Hills of South Dakota. It was first created in the 1870s during the Black Hills Gold Rush by a French goldsmith named Henri LeBeau.
It is made with alloys of gold with standard yellow gold as well as green and pink gold. Silver is alloyed with 24 ct. (pure) yellow gold to produce the green hue, and copper is alloyed with the yellow gold to make the red or pink gold. Very nice little keepsakes.