THE 2020 Dodgers WORLD SERIES RING
The 2020 World Series Los Angeles Dodgers World Series Ring is a stunning work of hand-crafted excellence. Steeped in intricate storytelling and artful details and created with 14-karat white and yellow gold with diamonds and sapphires, this ring captures the immeasurable dedication and painstaking work that it takes to become World Champions.
The ring top features the instantly recognizable LA logo crafted from 17 custom-cut genuine sapphires and set atop a brilliant baseball diamond. Within the base paths are 16 dazzling pavé-set diamonds and accenting 1st, 2nd and 3rd base and Home Plate are individual princess-cut diamonds. Filling the interior of the baseball diamond are an additional 29 diamonds, symbolic of the number of Dodgers home runs hit in the Arlington, Texas Postseason Bubble. Below the logo and baseball diamond are 16 intricately set genuine custom-cut sapphires, all of which is encircled by a halo of 44 diamonds. Adorning the top and bottom of the ring top is the Dodgers well-deserved title, WORLD CHAMPIONS.
Here is a video of the stories behind the Dodgers World Series Ring,
Cascading down the sides of the Los Angels Dodgers Ring top are 96 stunning diamonds. Enhancing the top and bottom edges of the ring top are 6 princess-cut diamonds set in pennants, honoring the Dodgers rich championship history and their 6 previous World Series titles. Combined on both edges are 12 princess-cut sapphires, representative of the 12 home runs hit by the Dodgers in the 2020 World Series, a feat that led them to victory.
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Trackbacks and Pingbacks
[…] 2017 series, the Houston Astros defeated the Los Angeles Dodgers, four games to three, to win their first World Series in franchise history, also becoming the first […]
[…] The 1957 World Series featured the defending champion New York Yankees of the American League playing against the Milwaukee Braves, currently known as the Atlanta Braves, of the National League. After finishing just one game behind the N.L. Champion Brooklyn Dodgers in 1956, the Braves came back in 1957 to win their first pennant since moving from Boston in 1953. The Braves won the Series in seven games, behind Lew Burdette’s three complete game victories. The Braves would be the only team besides the Yankees, Dodgers, or Giants to win a World Series title in the 1950s. […]
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