The New England Patriots unveiled a stunning championship ring Thursday night commemorating the team’s victory over the Los Angeles Rams in Super Bowl LIII in February in Atlanta.
The team assembled at owner Robert Kraft’s home for an extravagant ceremony dedicated to one of the most coveted prizes in the NFL – the Super Bowl ring.
The Patriots’ sixth Super Bowl champion ring did not disappoint.
The huge sparkler, created by Jostens, was made from 10-carat white gold with 422 diamonds weighing 9.85 carats in total. Each ring has around 416 round diamonds and six marquise-cut diamonds on the top of it symbolizing the six Lombardi trophies the Patriots have won.
It also has 1.6 carats of round blue sapphires and each player’s diamond-encrusted uniform number on the side. The team’s slogan last year, “Still Here,” is etched on the other side.
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