The Tampa Bay Buccaneers may have won the Super Bowl back in February, leading Tom Brady to add a sixth Super Bowl ring to his collection, but now we’re finally getting a closer look at the official Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ Super Bowl Ring. And trust us when we say you’ve never seen a Super Bowl Ring quite like this.
Made by Jason of Beverly Hills, the 14 carat yellow and white gold ring features 319 diamonds, weighing in at 15 carats total. “From the beginning, there was one thing that was very clear to us, is that the Glazer family wanted to have the best Super Bowl ring in history,” said Jason Arasheben of Jason of Beverly Hills. “They wanted every detail to stand out and every detail to be done to perfection so that they could deliver the best possible ring to the organization, the team and the community.”
Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ Super Bowl Ring is the First of Its Kind
Let’s get into the ring details now, shall we? The top of the ring features two Lombardi trophies and the instantly recognizable Bucs flag logo carved from a red stone. The trophy on the left is made up of nine diamonds, representing the nine points given up by the Bucs in the game, one of the fewest in history. The trophies and flag sit on top of small round diamonds, with the words World Champions on the top and bottom, encrusted in diamonds.
The 319 total diamonds featured on the top of the ring represent the final score of the game, 31-9, Buccaneers.
The removable top is the most unique feature of the ring, and the first of its kind in NFL history. On the removable section of the top the word HISTORIC is etched in bold, commemorating the fact that the Bucs were the first team in NFL history to win the Super Bowl on their own field.
Inside the top of the ring is a hand-engraved replica of Raymond James stadium with a single diamond on the field, placed where the Bucs ran out of the tunnel at the start of the game.
The sides of the ring are just as spectacular, with one side customized for each of the players with their name and jersey number etched on the side. The team’s mantra, “One Team, One Cause” is also etched on the custom side.
On the other side, the team name and final score of the game is etched in, with four diamonds in the Super Bowl LV logo, representing the number of division winners the Bucs defeated on their way to victory.
A historic ring for a historic win! The only thing we’re left wondering is how this ring stacks up to the other six sitting in Tom Brady’s jewelry box…