New York Giant’s 2012 Super Bowl Ring Unveiled

2012 Lombardy Trophy NY Giants Ring

The New York Football Giant’s Super Bowl XLVI Ring Details

The amazing ring was unveiled on Wednesday in NYC at the Hawaiian Tropic Zone and was designed by Tiffany & Co with input from the team’s owner, management and key players.

Ring Details: 14-karat white gold, 30mm ring, with surrounding diamonds, the sapphire band includes “diamond footballs.”  The ring contains the words “New York Giants 2011 World Champions.” You will find 1.36 carats of diamonds and 1.11 in sapphires in the ring.

ESPN reported that the Championship ring is covered in diamonds and contains four Vince Lombardi Trophies, representing Giant’s four NFL Super Bowl titles. Each Lombardy trophy is set with a “marquis diamond” representing a football. The NY Giants’ logo is circled by the trophies and is set with more diamonds. The top of the ring includes 37 blue sapphires which sets this ring apart from any other Championship ring.

The underside of the each ring includes phrases like “finish” and “all in,” these are terms the team leaders used during its amazing 2011 NFL Championship title run. The shanks of the ring contain the final score of the game, the player’s name and number, and the dates of the Giant’s other Super Bowl titles.

The funniest quote about the new ring was from Giants player Justin Tuck “He wanted a ring you could see from 10 tables away.  I wanted one that was big enough to be seen throughout any restaurant you go in and see it from each corner.”  He calls it “The 10 Table Ring”, lol.

Congratulations to the New York Football Giants for an improbable and amazing run for the title, you guys deserve it!

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