The Chiefs’ Super Bowl rings are a thing of beauty with 255 diamonds in each one

The Chiefs’ Super Bowl rings are a thing of beauty with 255 diamonds in each one

Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs won Super Bowl 54 way back in February when they rallied in the fourth quarter to beat the San Francisco 49 ers in Miami.

On Tuesday, the team got their rings and these things are pretty sweet.

The Chiefs held a special event on the field in Arrowhead Stadium with each gamer standing at table with their rings in a box. After enjoying a celebratory video on the Jumbotron they opened their boxes and saw the outstanding piece of precious jewelry, which Andy Reid hopes will help get him some totally free cheeseburgers

Check these things out:


— Kansas City Chiefs (@Chiefs) September 1, 2020

Mahomes loves his new ring:

Find somebody that takes a look at you the method @PatrickMahomes looks at his Super Bowl ring

— Kansas City Chiefs (@Chiefs) September 1, 2020

And rightfully so. Just take a look at these things:

The crown jewel of #ChiefsKingdom @Jostens

— Kansas City Chiefs (@Chiefs) September 2, 2020

Here are some details on the rings from KMBC9:

The Chiefs Super Bowl ring functions 10 1/2 carats of gemstones, consisting of 255 diamonds and 36 real rubies.

The centerpiece of the ring is the Chiefs Arrowhead logo design, which is composed of 60 diamonds in honor of the franchise’s 60 th season and 16 cut rubies, which represents the 10 AFC West Department titles and six playoff looks under coach Andy Reid.

There are also 50 diamonds around the logo in the shape of the Lombardi Prize to mark the 50 years in between Chiefs’ Super Bowl triumphes and an additional 122 diamonds waterfall along the ring top edges, marking the club’s 22 playoff appearances and the hundredth season of the National Football League.

Yup, not too bad at all.

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