1974 Pittsburgh Steelers Championship Ring

Steelers 1974 Championship Ring (NFL)

Super Bowl IX Logo

Josten's designer Ken Westerlund and Steelers president Dan Rooney worked on the ring that commemorates the first NFL championship in the club's 42-year history.

Rooney selected a complicated inverted double bevel bezel with a barrel shape that transforms into a cushion antique shape at the center. A one-karat diamond was set in a 12mm by 10mm cushion of antique genuine black onyx.

All wording and emblems on the shanks of the ring, which is 10k white gold, are incised. On one shank are the recipient's name, number or title, and the Steelers' logo. The other side has the wording "Super Bowl IX," the Vince Lombardi Trophy, and scores of the Steelers' playoff games and Super Bowl win. The ring weighs 25 pennyweight.

Source: Super Bowl XV Official Game Program (edited)
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