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It took five trips to the Super Bowl before the Denver Broncos won the final game, but the 1997 crew finished the job in what would be John Elway's biggest moment as a player. This championship ring celebrates that 1997 Super Bowl XXXII title in spectacular style. Awarded to a scout for the Broncos of 19 years and an assistant coach for the Broncos, Bears and Buccaneers, who also served as Oregon football's head coach in late 60s-early 70s, one of his players being Dan Fouts. The left shank reads "Denver Broncos 31-24, Super Bowl XXXII" with one diamond, the right shank has five diamonds - one at each point of a crown - symbolizing each of Denver's five Super Bowl teams (the recipients name is also on this shank, but is blurred in the photo for confidentiality purposes). Over 100 diamonds punctuate this masterpiece, with five on each side of the bezel representing the combined number of both teams in that SB victory, 55. The ring is size 10 and weights a hefty 57.3 grams, and comes in its original display box.
Addendum: This ring is made of 14k gold and made by Diamond Cutters.
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