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Hall Of Fame Puts Ravens' Super Bowl Ring On Display

Posted Jul 31, 2013

The Ravens’ ring dwarfs its neighbor, and can be seen when Jonathan Ogden enters the Hall.


The Ravens’ enormous Super Bowl XLVII ring is now on display at the Pro Football Hall of Fame, and it dwarfs its neighbor.

Baltimore’s championship ring, made by Jostens, has 243 diamonds and is 3.75 total carats. The New York Giants’ Super Bowl XLVI ring, which sits just to the left of the Ravens’ ring, has 71 diamonds and is 1.36 carats.

The Ravens’ ring is a duplicate of the one given to Joe Flacco, as it has his name on one side and MVP on the other.

The ring is going on display just in time for Jonathan Ogden’s induction into the Pro Football Hall of Fame Saturday. So Ravens fans who make the trip to Canton, Ohio, this weekend will be able to see Baltimore’s newest bling.

Ogden also owns a Super Bowl XLVII ring as a member of the Ravens’ Ring of Honor, and fans can also purchase their own Super bowl ring memorabilia from Jostens.

The Pro Football Hall of Fame released a Vine video of them placing the Ravens ring on display:

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