1976 Oakland Raiders Championship Ring

Raiders 1976 Championship Ring (NFL)

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The Raiders undertook an intense search for the design of their championship ring after beating Minnesota 32-14 in Super Bowl XI. Four companies submitted designs that were examined by managing general partner Al Davis, head coach John Madden, and executive assistant Al LoCasale. Lenox Awards, Inc., a division of Lenox Company, the producers of china, was chosen to make the ring.

Designer Elliott Inberg's creation is extremely complex. The ring is 14k white gold, set with 27 diamonds in and around a black spinel onyx center, and weighs an average of 31 pennyweight. Included on the shanks are the Raiders' emblem, scores from the AFC championship game and the Super Bowl, and the recipient's name.

Source: Super Bowl XV Official Game Program (edited)
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