The ring was designed by Jostens and has 212 diamonds
Four months after their Super Bowl 50 victory, the Denver Broncos have received their championship rings.
The ring, made in 10k white and yellow gold, was designed by Jostens and has 212 diamonds and 18 sapphires for a total-carat weight of 5.05.
The design features the Super Bowl 50 logo and the team’s three Lombardi Trophies placed above the Denver Broncos logo. There are 56 diamonds embedded in the sides of the ring to represent the team’s 56-year history and 15 on the top and bottom edges to represent the team’s 15 division titles and victories in 2015. Each ring has the player’s name and number set on one side and “This one’s for Pat” set on the other side, in honor of team owner Pat Bowlen.
“Jostens is honored to once again partner with the Broncos to create a championship ring that celebrates the team’s historic win and honors its championship legacy,” said Chris Poitras, vice president of Jostens, in a statement. “Every element of the ring was designed to reflect the significance of winning Super Bowl 50 and recognizes the team’s accomplishments and rich history of the Denver Broncos.”
(Photo courtesy of Jostens)