The Los Angeles Rams have won their first Super Bowl in more than 20 years, and they have marked the win with one of the most outlandish Super Bowl rings ever created.
The LA Rams Super Bowl ring has 20 carats worth of diamonds and a mini replica of the Rams stadium.
The Super Bowl ring is an award given to the the winners of the NFL championship and it is a proper piece of ‘Americana’.
Collectors and fans love the rings just as much as the athletes and they’re extremely sought after in the pre-owned market, where they usually end up fetching eye-watering sums at auction.
This particular piece took a few months to complete but it was worth the wait.
It was designed in partnership with renowned jeweler Jason of Beverly Hills and it has 20 carats of white diamonds in total, set in white and yellow gold.
Every detail of the ring has symbolic meaning too.
LA Rams Super Bowl ring
The amount of carats, for example, is a nod to the year 2020, to celebrate the opening of the Rams’ new home ground, the SoFi stadium.
In addition to that, there are 1.12 carats of round diamonds and that number is not random either.
It nods to January 12 (1-12).
On January 12, 2016 the Rams moved back to Los Angeles; on January 12, 2017, head coach Sean McVay joined the team and on January 12, 2019, the Rams won their first playoff game since returning to LA.
Perhaps one of the quirkiest and most fascinating features of the ring is the removable top.
When you lift it up, you’ll find a miniature replica of the SoFi Stadium, and get this: the turf is made from actual grass from the stadium.
As a cherry on top, each ring features two palm trees, the LA Rams’ logo, each player’s name, number, and the team motto: “We Not Me”.