Almost the real thing: Dodgers’ fan World Series rings on sale, for up to $6,000
In olden times, championship rings were exclusive jewelry. You had to earn one.
On the day after Dodgers players received their 2020 World Series championship rings, fans could buy a replica of the ring from the company that made it: not an exact replica, but pretty close.
Prices range from $599 to $5,999, depending on which version is ordered, and on whether a fan prefers gold to silver, and diamonds to cubic zirconia. The rings can be ordered with as many as 96 diamonds. The rings presented to players Friday feature 232 diamonds and weigh 11 carats.
The Los Angeles Dodgers’ first World Series rings in 32 years weigh 11 carats and feature about as much bling as can fit.
Fans can personalize the ring, although customers are not permitted to use “the team name or a player’s name in any form.” Fans are advised that “championship rings by design are generally larger than traditional jewelry” and that “wearing a championship ring on your middle finger may be more comfortable in terms of balance.”
The sale of championship rings to fans is not unprecedented. Jostens produced similar rings for the Kansas City Chiefs after they won the Super Bowl two years ago.
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