Published: Fri, June 07, 2019
Sport | By Wilson Duncan

Jostens creates 2018 Super Bowl LIII Championship Ring for the Patriots

Jostens creates 2018 Super Bowl LIII Championship Ring for the Patriots

Losing isn't in Tom Brady's DNA. It was the sixth championship in franchise history. The Patriots quarterback is the most decorated player in the history of the game when it comes Super Bowls and even in his 40s, Brady has been able to compete at the highest level of the game.

The Patriots revealed their latest Super Bowl rings Thursday.

Brady is the only player in National Football League history to win the Super Bowl six times.

In addition to crafting the 2018 Super Bowl LIII ring for the New England Patriots, Jostens had previously partnered with the New England Patriots on their past five Super Bowl Championships in 2001, 2003, 2004, 2014, and 2016.

The Patriots shared the following photos of the celebration and the rings. To the left of the lighthouse, each ring features the players' uniform number, encrusted in diamonds. Seventy-six diamonds also surround the edges of the ring. Completing the intricate design are 20 round blue sapphires, which are emblematic of the Patriots 20 AFC East division championships.

Andrews celebrated the Super Bowl victory in fashion during the parade and did the same last night.

The bling, which New England called "The greatest ring of all-time" on Twitter, features the Patriots logo on the front with six diamond Lombardi Trophies. Each ring features 20 round, genuine blue sapphires for 1.60 carats, bringing the total gem carat weight to 9.85 carats.

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