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NY Giants Show Off Super Bowl Ring

The New York Giants unveiled their new bling from Super Bowl XLVI on Wednesday, which pays homage to all four of the franchise’s championship teams.

Defensive end Justin Tuck said in a statement released by the team: “We wanted it to represent the four trophies and have that feeling that you made the best ring that you could have made, I think we captured that.”

According to ESPN:

The ring, made of white gold, was designed by Tiffany & Co., which received input from the Giants’ ownership, general manager Jerry Reese, coach Tom Coughlin and Giants captains Eli Manning, Tuck and Zak DeOssie, who also received input from other players on the team.

The ring is covered in diamonds and has four Vince Lombardi trophies, commemorating the team’s four titles. Each trophy is set with a marquis diamond representing a football. The Giants’ logo is surrounded by the trophies and is set with diamonds. The top of the ring includes 37 blue sapphires.

The ring also has some blue coloring, which was important for the players involved in the design process. The ring the team received after its 2007 title featured white gold and diamonds, without any additional color.

The Giants' Super Bowl XLVI ring