1989 San Francisco 49ers Championship Ring

49ers 1989 Championship Ring (NFL)

Super Bowl XXIV Logo

Winning four Super Bowls is an exceptional feat. Designing a ring commensurate with that achievement was the task taken on by the 49ers and Josten's following San Francisco's record-tying fourth victory in Super Bowl XXIV.

What resulted is a stunning example of NFL championship jewelry. Like all of the 23 Super Bowl rings that preceeded it, the 49ers' new ring is immense compared to a standard class ring. It is made of gold, with four football-shaped marquise-cut diamonds--representing San Francisco's four Super Bowl victories--set on a white gold insert. The four main diamonds are surrounded by smaller diamonds of various point sizes.

Though most players would go to extremes to get one Super Bowl ring, the Super Bowl XXIV ring is the fourth for five 49ers veterans--defensive back Ronnie Lott, quarterback Joe Montana, linebacker Keena Turner, wide receiver Mike Wilson, and cornerback Eric Wright.

Source: Super Bowl XXV Official Game Program (edited)
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