1971 Dallas Cowboys Championship Ring

Cowboys 1971 Championship Ring (NFL)

Super Bowl VI Logo

L.G. Balfour designer Ken Shorrock created a stunning ring to commemorate the Cowboys' 24-3 Super Bowl victory over the Miami Dolphins at the Orange Bowl.

It features a large synthetic star-shaped sapphire in which is centered an 80-point diamond. Between the points of the star are 15 other diamonds--three 10-point, two 5-point, and 10 one-half point--creating a setting with a total of one and one-third carats. The ring is 14k white gold with deepcut detailing.

One shank features the Vince Lombardi trophy, the NFL shield, the year, and "Super Bowl VI." On the opposite shank are the Cowboys' helmet, the recipient's name, and in the case of the players, their numbers. It is the lightest of all Super Bowl rings: 21 pennyweight.

Source: Super Bowl XV Official Game Program (edited)
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