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When the San Francisco Giants won their first World Series in 2010, the franchise presented championship rings to former franchise stars who had been inducted into the Hall of Fame. This spectacular piece of jewelry belonged to Gaylord Perry, who made his major league debut with the 1962 Giants and spent his first 10 seasons with the club. The 3.6 oz ring with genuine 14 karat white gold Tiffany diamonds is in NRMT condition with original presentation box measuring 5x5". The size 13 ring features the SF logo on the face encrusted in diamonds with "WORLD CHAMPIONS" surrounding it. The left shank has the year "2010" above the Golden Gate Bridge, while the right shank showcases "PERRY" across the championship trophy. Engraved inside the band are the Championship Series statistics, along with the Tiffany markings with the numbers "585" signifying 14K white gold. The other Hall of Famers who were gifted such rings were Giants alums Willie Mays, Juan Marichal, Orlando Cepeda and Willie McCovey. This is the identical style of ring as the modern players received after they had defeated the Texas Rangers in the Fall Classic, bringing the City by the Bay its first baseball crown.
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