Black Hills Gold Band Rings

black hills gold band rings
    black hills
  • A mountain range in eastern Wyoming and western South Dakota. The highest point is Harney Peak (7,242 feet; 2,207 m); Mount Rushmore is also part of this range
  • The Black Hills (Paha Sapa in Lakota, Mo??hta-vo?honaaeva in Cheyenne) are a small, isolated mountain range rising from the Great Plains of North America in western South Dakota and extending into Wyoming, USA.
  • mountains in southwestern South Dakota and northeastern Wyoming; sacred to the Sioux (whites settling in the Black Hills led to the Battle of Little Bighorn); site of Mount Rushmore
  • * Black Hills in South Dakota and Wyoming ** Black Hills Airport in Spearfish, South Dakota ** Black Hills Gold Rush in South Dakota from 1874-1877 ** Black Hills National Forest in South Dakota and Wyoming ** Black Hills Playhouse, a theater in South Dakota ** Black Hills State University in
    gold band
  • Gold is a French music band from Toulouse which enjoyed considerable success in the Francophone world in the 1980s.
  • An act of causing a bell to sound, or the resonant sound caused by this
  • (ring) sound loudly and sonorously; "the bells rang"
  • Each of a series of resonant or vibrating sounds signaling an incoming telephone call
  • A telephone call
  • gymnastic apparatus consisting of a pair of heavy metal circles (usually covered with leather) suspended by ropes; used for gymnastic exercises; "the rings require a strong upper body"
  • (ring) a characteristic sound; "it has the ring of sincerity"
black hills gold band rings - Black Hills
Black Hills Gold & Silver Wedding Band Ring Size 10
Black Hills Gold & Silver Wedding Band Ring Size 10
An elegant Black Hills Gold & Sterling Silver men's or ladies wedding band ring with 12K pink and green gold hand engraved leaves all the way across the top of the band. Enjoy the sparkle of the hand engraved Black Hills Gold leaves. Band is 3/8" across the top. Top of ring has a slight dome and is incredibly comfortable to wear! Inside of shank is stamped C.Co, STER, 12K. This ring would make a perfect wedding band for him or her! Black Hills Gold is hand crafted the Black Hills of South Dakota. USA Made! Black Hills Gold is backed by a MANUFACTURE'S LIFETIME GUARANTEE. You will receive a Certificate of Authenticity with your Black Hills Gold, and this card includes all the information you need for your lifetime warranty. Your jewelry will ship in a gift box.

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Claddagh Woman
Claddagh Woman
THE TRYST AFTER DEATH Hush, woman, do not speak to me! My thoughts are not with thee. My thoughts are still in the encounter at Feic. My bloody corpse lies by the side of the Slope of two Brinks; My head all unwashed is among warrior-bands in fierce slaughter. It is blindness for any one making a tryst to set aside the tryst with Death: The tryst that we made at Claragh has been kept by me in pale death. It was destined for me,--unhappy journey! at Feic my grave had been marked out; It was ordained for me--O sorrowful fight! to fall by warriors of another land. 'Tis not I alone who in the fulness of desires has gone astray to meet a woman-- No reproach to thee, though it was for thy sake--wretched is our last meeting! Had we known it would be thus, it had not been hard to desist. The noble-faced, grey-horsed warrior-band has not betrayed me. Alas! for the wonderful yew-forest,[6] that they should have gone into the abode of clay! Had they been alive, they would have revenged their lords; Had mighty death not intervened, this warrior-band had not been unavenged by me. To their very end they were brave; they ever strove for victory over their foes; They would still sing a stave--a deep-toned shout,--they sprang from the race of a noble lord. That was a joyous, lithe-limbed band to the very hour when they were slain: The green-leaved forest has received them--it was an all-fierce slaughter. Well-armed Domnall, he of the red draught, he was the Lugh of the well-accoutred hosts: By him in the ford--it was doom of death--Congal the Slender fell. The three Eoghans, the three Flanns, they were renowned outlaws; Four men fell by each of them, it was not a coward's portion. Swiftly Cu-Domna reached us, making for his namesake: On the hill of the encounter the body of Flann the Little will be found. With him where his bloody bed is thou wilt find eight men: Though we thought them feeble, the leavings of the weapon of Mughirne's son. Not feebly fights Falvey the Red; the play of his spear-strings withers the host; Ferchorb of radiant body leapt upon the field and dealt seven murderous blows. Front to front twelve warriors stood against me in mutual fight: Not one of them all remains that I did not leave in slaughter. Then we two exchanged spears, I and Alill, Eoghan's son: We both perished--O the fierceness of those stout thrusts! We fell by each other though it was senseless: it was the encounter of two heroes. Do not await the terror of night on the battle-field among the slain warriors: One should not hold converse with ghosts! betake thee home, carry my spoils with thee! Every one will tell thee that mine was not the raiment of a churl: A crimson cloak and a white tunic, a belt of silver, no paltry work! My five-edged spear, a murderous lance, whose slaughters have been many; A shield with five circles and a boss of bronze, by which they used to swear binding oaths. The white cup of my cup-bearer, a shining gem, will glitter before thee; My golden finger-ring, my bracelets, treasures without a flaw, King Nia Nar had brought them over the sea. Cailte's brooch, a pin with luck, it was one of his marvellous treasures: Two heads of silver round a head of gold, a goodly piece, though small. My draught-board--no mean treasure!--is thine; take it with thee. Noble blood drips on its rim, it lies not far hence. Many a body of the spear-armed host lies here and there around its crimson woof; A dense bush of the ruddy oak-wood conceals it by the side of the grave. As thou carefully searchest for it thou shouldst not speak much: Earth never covered anything so marvellous. One half of its pieces are yellow gold, the other are white bronze; Its woof is of pearls; it is the wonder of smiths how it was wrought. The bag for its pieces,--'tis a marvel of a story--its rim is embroidered with gold; The master-smith has left a lock upon it which no ignorant person can open. A four-cornered casket,--it is but tiny--made of coils of red gold; One hundred ounces of white bronze have been put into it firmly. For it is of a coil of firm red gold, Dinoll the goldsmith brought it over the sea; Even one of its clasps only has been priced at seven slave-women. Memories describe it as one of Turvey's master-works: In the time of Art--he was a luxurious king--'tis then Turvey, lord of many herds, made it. Smiths never made any work comparable with it; Earth never hid a king's jewel so marvellous. If thou be cunning as to its price, I know thy children will never be in want; If thou hoard it, a close treasure, none of thy offspring will ever be destitute. There are around us here and there many spoils of famous luck: Horrible are the huge entrails which the Morrigan washes. She came to us from the edge of a spear, 'tis she that egged us on. Many are the spoils she washes, terrible the hateful laugh she laughs. She has flung her mane over her back--it is a stout heart that will not quail at her: Though she is
Black Hills in Autumn
Black Hills in Autumn
As the title says this was taken in the Black Hills of South Dakota. The colors this year have been spectacular, I don't remember a year recently that has had so much color for more than a day or two. This year in throught the Black Hills the color has stuck around for the last couple weeks, it has been beautiful.

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