Patriots show off dazzling Super Bowl LIII ring with 422 diamonds

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.

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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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