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It's beautiful 🤩.

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I love your ring. The craftsmanship is beautiful!

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@fairydogmother

That is so pretty. And I was thinking the same thing as @KingstonsMom- you do have pretty hands and lovely nailsSmiley Happy

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So beautiful! There's a problem when you have a ring like that though -  it's so pretty and unusual that when you wear it you'll need to be prepared to have everyone ask to see it and want to know where you bought it, over and over! LOL  Woman Very Happy

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@fairydogmother    Congrats!  It is really beautiful, as are your hands and nails.  Couldn't have arrived on a more fitting day either lol.

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Its beautiful and it looks lovely on your pretty hand.

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Before I saw the photo I imagined wrinkled pudgy skin and fingers.  Your hands are beautiful and so are your nails.  And of course the ring is too.  I used to sell vintage jewelry on Ebay, many Black Hills rings turned up in local auctions.  When I retired I made sure to save one Black Hills ring.  I consider them a part of American history.

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thanks guys for the compliments. Fwiw, on my nails I'm wearing Hard Rock strengthen by Deborah Lippman, one coat of Kur illuminating nail veil and Kur top coat. 


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@depglass wrote:

Before I saw the photo I imagined wrinkled pudgy skin and fingers.  Your hands are beautiful and so are your nails.  And of course the ring is too.  I used to sell vintage jewelry on Ebay, many Black Hills rings turned up in local auctions.  When I retired I made sure to save one Black Hills ring.  I consider them a part of American history.


what a lovely thing to say 🥰 as for BHG being a part of American history, yes! I agree. The fact that it's made here, by hand, and only in a specific area of the country- well that just speaks to me. 


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@fairydogmother GORGEOUS and so are your hands and manicure 😊