1997 Cleveland Indians AL Champions Ring
This stunning 10-karat gold ring is the best prize that the 1997 Cleveland Indians earned, falling to the youngest World Champions in history. In one of the Tribe’s most heartbreaking losses ever, Game 7’s extra innings extravaganza ended in favor of the Florida Marlins. The top to this massive piece of jewelry is pure decadence in the shape of home plate. 22 small diamonds adorn the top with 5 larger diamonds in the center, surrounded by the words, “Cleveland American League Champions.” Right shank is “1997” with miniature model of Jacobs Field. Left shank is the name, “Branham” (front office) with “Indians World Series” below. EX-MT condition.
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