Super Bowl Rings – The Ultimate NFL Collectibles
Super Bowl rings are generally made using gold and diamonds. These rings usually feature the team name, the logo, and the number of the Super Bowl they participated in. The winning team is allowed to present these selections to any team members they choose. Generally, 150 rings are made, but on occasion, lesser rings are made and awarded to the front office staff. These are known as “B” or “C” level rings and often contain fake diamonds. Naturally, the first rings were handed out at the first Super Bowl in 1967. The Green Bay Packers got these fabulous selections, which feature a large diamond and are made from yellow gold.
Genuine Super Bowl rings are highly collectible. Over the years, collectors have paid up to $250,000 for these fabulous items. When you shop online at our business, you won’t have to pay that much. Prices are often high because the rings are sold at auction. In the past, we have featured a wide array of great rings, including a 1970 Baltimore Colts ring from Super Bowl V. We also had a variety of modern rings in stock, including the 2004 ring from the New England Patriots.