Denver Nuggets Championship Ring

For the first time in franchise history, the Denver Nuggets won the NBA Finals. The team slated the monumental moment with a first-of-its-kind championship ring. Designed by Jason of Beverly Hills, the ring features two new elements that have never been seen before. The first is an interchangeable face that switches the background between blue sapphires and white diamonds using a lever that goes from 1967 to 2023. Its second easter egg is a retractable compartment that pulls out to display the 2023 Denver Nuggets Championship banner. The ring boasts 16 carats of diamonds, rubies, and blue sapphires, one for each postseason win, a replica of the Larry O'Brien trophy, two gold pickaxes, and "NUGGETS" written in 24 yellow diamonds, a nod to the number of years at Ball Arena. A row of 89 rubies wraps wound the ring to represent the points the Nuggets held the Heat to in their Game 5 victory. The sides are adorned with the player's name and the team's mantra on one end, while "World Champions" written above the retro logo and "5280," a reference to the city's altitude above sea level, are on the other.

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