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Take a Closer Look at Giannis Antetokounmpo's JBH Milwaukee Bucks Championship Ring

Oct 20, 2021

The Milwaukee Bucks have just presented their team with its celebratory 2021 NBA Championship rings.

Once again, Jason of Beverly Hills was called upon to craft the league’s precious rings, and as expected, the rings are full of hidden details and high-quality stones. Taking a closer look at Giannis Antetokounmpo‘s ring, we can see each of the 360 diamonds — representing the total wins since ownership purchased the team — and the 16 emerald-cut diamonds on both the left and right side of the ring — referencing the 16 playoff wins during the 2021 NBA Playoffs and 16 division titles.

The references don’t stop there. The total carat weight in emerald diamonds is 4.14cts — 414 Milwaukee area code — while the 50 round stones represent the 50 years since the team’s last championship win. The Larry O’Brien trophy has also been made in 65.3% gold purity to represent the seasons-winning percentage. On the inside, the players will find a QR code that plays video highlights of the season as well as the Bucks logos. Adding versatility to this ring is the ability to change from ring to pendant using a push-button system.

“We are thrilled with the spectacular and incredibly detailed Championship ring designed by Jason of Beverly Hills,” Bucks and Fiserv Forum President Peter Feigin said. “The ring vividly tells the story of the Bucks history and stunningly celebrates our 2021 NBA Championship. We thank Jason and his team for creating such a remarkable ring that the Bucks will wear proudly and cherish forever.”

Fans who wish to own a similar ring can find different versions at the Bucks Shop where they retail from $995 – $8,995 USD.

In other jewelry news, emerging jeweler Hunt & Co. crafts delicate “Hearts and Veins” collection.
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