World Series Dodgers rings have symbolism to go with bling – Orange County Register

The 2020 World Series championship rings presented to the Dodgers during Friday’s pregame ceremony each feature more than 200 round diamonds, 10 princess-cut diamonds, 45 custom-cut genuine sapphires and eight round genuine sapphires for a weight in carats of 11.0 carats.

And if that’s too much for players to carry on their hand, each ring comes with a box with a personalized nameplate, a rotating ring platform that spins when the box is opened, and an interior light to highlight. value the ring.

And that’s not all – the ring box features an interior LCD screen that plays a 4-minute Dodgers 2020 season highlights video (with sound and music) every time the box is opened . This is the most elaborate championship ring box ever created by Josten’s, who also partnered with the Rams to design their 2018 NFC championship ring, the then Los Angeles Raiders for their Super Bowl ring XVIII and the Lakers championship rings in 1982, 1985, 1987 and 1988.

  • Here’s what the Dodgers’ 2020 World Series rings look like. The rings were presented at a pre-game ceremony ahead of Friday’s home opener against the Nationals. (Photo courtesy of Los Angeles Dodgers/Jostens)

  • Here’s what the Dodgers’ 2020 World Series rings look like. The rings were presented at a pre-game ceremony ahead of Friday’s home opener against the Nationals. (Photo courtesy of Los Angeles Dodgers/Jostens)

  • Here’s what the Dodgers’ 2020 World Series rings look like. The rings were presented at a pre-game ceremony ahead of Friday’s home opener against the Nationals. (Photo courtesy of Los Angeles Dodgers/Jostens)

  • Here’s what the Dodgers’ 2020 World Series rings look like. The rings were presented at a pre-game ceremony ahead of Friday’s home opener against the Nationals. (Photo courtesy of Los Angeles Dodgers/Jostens)

  • Here’s what the Dodgers’ 2020 World Series rings look like. The rings were presented at a pre-game ceremony ahead of Friday’s home opener against the Nationals. (Photo courtesy of Los Angeles Dodgers/Jostens)

  • Here’s what the Dodgers’ 2020 World Series rings look like. The rings were presented at a pre-game ceremony ahead of Friday’s home opener against the Nationals. (Photo courtesy of Los Angeles Dodgers/Jostens)

  • Here’s what the Dodgers’ 2020 World Series rings look like. The rings were presented at a pre-game ceremony ahead of Friday’s home opener against the Nationals. (Photo courtesy of Los Angeles Dodgers/Jostens)

  • Here’s what the Dodgers’ 2020 World Series rings look like. The rings were presented at a pre-game ceremony ahead of Friday’s home opener against the Nationals. (Photo courtesy of Los Angeles Dodgers/Jostens)

“For 32 years, Los Angeles has waited for this moment, this team and this ring – and everything it stands for,” Dodgers president and CEO Stan Kasten said in a statement. hurry. “Jostens has done a spectacular job designing these rings which represent the sacrifice, determination and courage shown by our players, our coaches and the entire organization to win a championship while overcoming unprecedented challenges.”

Each player ring includes:

• The “LA” logo on top with 17 custom-cut genuine sapphires set on a baseball diamond that includes 16 diamonds on the base paths;

• 29 infield diamonds, representing the 29 home runs the Dodgers hit in the Texas playoff bubble;

• 16 custom-cut sapphires and a halo of 44 diamonds surrounding the logo and the baseball field;

• 96 cascading diamonds on the sides of the ring;

• Six princess-cut diamonds set in pennants, honoring the Dodgers’ six previous World Series titles;

• 12 princess-cut sapphires representing the 12 home runs hit by the Dodgers during the 2020 World Series;

• The player’s name and uniform number set in diamonds on the left side of the ring;

• A yellow gold Commissioner’s Trophy accented with a single diamond on the right side of the ring and the year 2020 set with 36 diamonds and highlighted by eight round sapphires representing the eight consecutive NL West Division titles won by the Dodgers until 2020.

The inside of the ring is personalized with the player’s individual signature and a blue enamel LA logo along with Dodgers playoff results.

Jostens also offers a selection of custom jewelry and championship collectibles for sale to fans at www.jostens.com/dodgers.

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