1972 Miami Dolphins Championship Ring

Dolphins 1972 Championship Ring (NFL)

Super Bowl VII Logo

Managing general partner Joe Robbie and coach Don Shula wanted something special to commemorate Miami's perfect 17-0 season in 1972, which was capped by the 14-7 victory over Washington in Super Bowl VII.

Josten responded and the result was a 10k yellow gold ring with a one-karat diamond set in a 12mm by 10mm aquamarine. It has a unique double bevel bezel construction with 16 three-point diamonds onthe inside bevel. On one shank is the raised name of the recipient over the Dolphins' logo with Shula's motto, "Winning Edge," below. The other has the Vince Lombardi Trophy surrounded by "Super Bowl VII," the game score, "17-0," and "Perfect Season." The ring weighs 26 pennyweight.

Source: Super Bowl XV Official Game Program (edited)
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