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What is also unique is the fact that because these glass pieces are so old and have undergone changes from nature, each piece is different. In general, the glass has a gorgeous aqua shade, yet in each piece the exact shade and shape of the facets is unique. This is a true guarantee that when you purchase , you are sure to own a one of a kind jewel.
Fine cremation jewelry is made from precious metals, such as sterling silver or white or yellow 14 karat gold. Gem stones add another dimension of sparkle and brilliance. Depending on the type of stone used and its weight, a cremation pendant encrusted with gem stones can cost from several hundred to thousands of dollars.
In 1944, Ivan Landstrom bought Black Hills Jewelry Manufacturing from E.O. Lampinen, including equipment, tools and inventory. Landstrom moved the firm from Deadwood to Rapid City and continued to operate under the name of Black Hills Jewelry Manufacturing, manufacturers of Landstrom's Original Black Hills Gold Creations. After Ivan Landstrom passed away in 1968, Milton Shaver took over day to day operations and ran the company for the two surviving daughters of Landstrom, Mary Jo and Connie. Dr. Charles Lein and others subsequently managed operations for several years. In 1995, Black Hills Gold jewelry history had traveled full circle. F.L. Thorpe Company, the original manufacturer of Black Hills gold jewelry, was purchased by Landstrom's Original Black Hills Gold Creations. In 1998 Connie Landstrom Drew, daughter of Ivan Landstrom, took over the company. After her passing, Connie's daughter and son continued to head the company formed by her father sixty years ago.
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