See the Washington Capitals’ 2018 Stanley Cup Championship Ring

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Washington Capitals players, coaches and staff were presented with their 2018 Stanley Cup Championship rings in a private ceremony Monday. Get a look at the jaw-dropping rings, which each feature more than 250 diamonds, plus custom-cut rubies and a star-shaped sapphire.
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The ring is made of 14-karat white and yellow gold, set with diamonds, rubies and a sapphire. The total precious stone weight? A cool 10.2 carats. That includes 5.5 carats' worth of diamonds (230 round diamonds and 22 princess-cut diamonds), 4.6 carats of rubies (28 taper-cut rubies and seven star-shaped rubies), and a star-shaped sapphire on each.
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The left side of the ring features the player's name above a Capitol building created from 14-karat white gold. A star-shaped ruby and sapphire are set on each side of the Capitol. The player's numbers are set to the right, with the number of stones ranging from 7 to 18 diamonds.
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The face of the ring depicts the Caps' logo in red and blue enamel -- surrounded by 27 pavé-set diamonds and encircled by 28 rubies -- and the words "Stanley Cup Champions" in yellow gold. The three star-shaped rubies above the logo are inspired by the D.C. flag. Another 157 diamonds create "a cascading waterfall effect" down the sides of the ring's face, a release from the team said.
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The inside is engraved with the Caps' logo, as well as logos and series scores from their journey to Stanley Cup victory.
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On the right side of the ring, the year 2018 is set with 26 diamonds, and a Stanley Cup created in white gold is set with another 20 diamonds and one star-shaped ruby, symbolizing the team’s first Stanley Cup victory. Two more star-shaped rubies on either side of the Cup commemorate the team's two Eastern Conference Championships, the release said.
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The Caps won a long-awaited Stanley Cup victory earlier this year. "These rings will now forever be a reminder for the players, coaches, and fans: we did it," said Capitals owner Ted Leonsis in a release. "We are thrilled today to be able to unveil this beautiful ring, which will always be a proud symbol of the Capitals' incredible 2018 Stanley Cup run and the unbreakable bond they created among all Caps fans who shared in the joy of that moment together."
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