The Los Angeles Dodgers celebrated their 2020 World Series championship last month with a ring ceremony and banner unveiling at Dodger Stadium.
Players and coaches received their World Series rings, which were hand-crafted by Jostens. The 14-karat fine piece of jewelry featured white and yellow gold with diamonds and sapphires throughout.
The ring has approximately 222 round diamonds, 10 princess-cut diamonds, 45 custom-cut genuine sapphires and eight round genuine sapphires. The design was praised for its uniqueness and ability to encapsulate a historic season on many fronts.
Jostens has since manufactured an assortment of World Series rings and jewelry that fans can purchase through their website. The top seller is the “elite fan ring,” which was created in 10-karat white gold or sterling silver.
The ring can be personalized with one’s name, similar to the players and coaches’ rings, and features the choice of 96 diamonds or cubic zirconias, as well as 30 genuine sapphires or created sapphires.
A slightly cheaper version of the ring also is available for purchase; The “fan ring” was created in 10-karat white gold or sterling silver and can similarly be customized. Buyers have the choice of 66 diamonds or cubic zirconias.
Among the other World Series-related products Jostens is offering include a championship tag, championship band ring, championship cufflinks and championship tag keychain.
Jostens additionally has released World Series-related items tailored to women, including the top-selling elite fashion ring, a fan pendant, a championship hinge bracelet and championship drop earrings.
Kasten wanted World Series ring to ‘tell a story’
The Dodgers’ 2020 World Series ring honor the organization in many ways, including the team’s previous championships with six princess-cut diamonds set in pennants along the edges of the ring top.
The interior of the baseball diamond, which can be found at the ring top, also is filled by an additional 29 diamonds to represent the number of home runs the Dodgers hit while playing in the postseason bubble at Globe Life Field.
President and CEO Stan Kasten recently noted the club wanted the 2020 World Series rings to be flashy and tell a story so players can always be reminded of what they accomplished during an unprecedented season.
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