1985 Chicago Bears Championship Ring

Bears 1985 Championship Ring (NFL)

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The 1985 edition to the NFL's crown jewels (a.k.a. Super Bowl rings) is as impressive as the victory that earned it. The 10-karat yellow gold rings, commemorating the Chicago Bears' 46-10 win in Super Bowl XX, each sport 40 diamonds, including a half-carat diamond in the center surrounded by 13 smaller diamonds in the shape of the Chicago "C." One shank of each ring is personalized with the player's name. This shank also has a Bears helmet; the numbers "18-1" (the team's final 1985 record); the letters "GSH" (the initials of late Bears owner, coach, and player George S. Halas); and the word "Attitude." The other shank of the ring features the score of Super Bowl XX and replicas of the Super Bowl XX emblem, the Vince Lombardi Super Bowl Trophy, and the NFC Championship Trophy.

Among the many Super Bowl records set by the Bears that January is an unofficial one set by the ring given to defensive tackle/ running back William "The Refridgerator" Perry. At size 23, it is the largest Super Bowl ring ever made (the average ring size for a man is a size 10).

Source: Super Bowl XXI Official Game Program
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