1973 Miami Dolphins Championship Ring

Dolphins 1973 Championship Ring (NFL)

Super Bowl VIII Logo

After the Dolphins' second consecutive Super Bowl victory, Dolphins managing general partner Joe Robbie asked Josten's to create a ring similar to last year's, but simpler.

Ken Westerlund selected two 60-point diamonds, representative of the Dolphins' two world championships, and put them in an elliptical white gold mount, which was set in a large (16mm by 14mm) aquamarine stone.

On one shank are the recipient's name, his number or title, and the Dolphins' logo, which is orange and aqua enamel. On the opposite shank are the scores from Super Bowls VII and VIII, the Vince Lombardi trophy, and the inscription "Back to Back." The ring is 10k yellow gold and weighs 24 pennyweight. Miami beat Minnesota 24-7 to earn the second Super Bowl ring.

Source: Super Bowl XV Official Game Program (edited)
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