1978 Pittsburgh Steelers Championship Ring

Steelers 1978 Championship Ring (NFL)

Super Bowl XIII Logo

To commemorate their at-the-time unprecedented third Super Bowl victory (and second over Dallas), the Steelers integrated their logo into the ring by using the three hyporcycloids (star-shapes) as settings for three half-carat diamonds. Surrounding these diamonds is a field of 30 smaller diamonds, making a total of almost three carats per ring.

One shank features the Super Bowl XIII logotype above a representation of the Vince Lombardi Trophy rising out of the Orange Bowl (site of the game) and the Miami skyline. The game's score, 35-31, is also incised on the shank.

The other shank is personalized for each player, including a unique three-quarter view of his helmet. The yellow gold ring weighs 28 pennyweight and was designed by Josten's.

Source: Super Bowl XV Official Game Program (edited)
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