Seattle Seahawks Super Bowl XLVIII Ring Revealed

Seattle Seahawks Super Bowl XLVIII Ring Revealed

The Seattle Seahawks Super Bowl XLVIII rings not only honor a tremendous season but the fans that helped make it all the more memorable. Decked out with plenty of bling, the Super Bowl rings have more than 200 total gemstones. Just the top of the ring has 183 diamonds.

Seattle Seahawks Super Bowl XLVIII Ring - side

Designed by Tiffany & Co, players and personnel received their rings during a private ceremony.

The white gold rings include the Seahawks logo done entirely in diamonds, the Vince Lombardi Trophy, the team's iconic "12" flag representing the fans and Mt. Rainier.

Here's a detailed breakdown of the many elements that make up the Seattle Seahaws Super Bowl ring.

Seattle Seahawks Super Bowl XLVIII Ring Characteristics


  • Seahawks logo on top made with 64 diamonds with an emerald tsavorite gem for the eye.
  • Vince Lombardi Trophy has one marquis diamond.
  • Logo and trophy set against background of 107 rounded diamonds.
  • Top of ring is framed by another 12 diamonds.
  • Just below the top are 42 blue sapphires flanking a pair of "12" flags.

Seattle Seahawks Super Bowl XLVIII Ring - front

Side A

  • Sculpted view of CityLink Field with the 12th man flag and Mt. Rainier in the background.
  • 16-2 regular season record included.
  • Each player has their name and number.

Side B

  • The backdrop is of the Seattle skyline.
  • It includes the Super Bowl XLVIII logo and NFL Shield.
  • The Vince Lombardi Trophy has a marquis diamond.
  • 2013 is also added.

Ring Band

  • Has 12 feathers.

Inside Engravings:

  • 24/7
  • SEA 43 - DEN 8

Championship rings, particularly Super Bowl rings, have become extremely popular. They're attached to a specific event that's a pinnacle moment for both a franchise and a player. For those who can't afford real championship rings, more affordable replicas can also be found.

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Ryan is a former member of The Cardboard Connection Writing Staff.   His collecting origins began with winter bike rides to the corner store, tossing a couple of quarters onto the counter and peddling home with a couple packs of O-Pee-Chee hockey in his pocket. Today, he continues to build sets, go after inserts with cool technologies, chase Montreal Expos and finish off his John Jaha master collection.

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