Stanley Cup champs get their rings

September 29, 2010 (CHICAGO)

The presentation dinner was held at Morton's: The Steakhouse downtown.

They are worth $30,000 each.

Former Hawks Kris Ver Steeg of Toronto and Adam Burish of Dallas came back to Chicago to get their rings.

Fact Sheet
Chicago Blackhawks 2010 Stanley Cup Ring

The crest of the Blackhawks 2010 Stanley Cup Championship Ring features the Blackhawks logo and Stanley Cup, fashioned in round brilliant and marquis cut diamonds against a background of 14 kt. white gold. The diamond-covered top is framed on the left side by "STANLEY CUP" and on the right side by "CHAMPIONS" to record the Blackhawks' achievement.

One side design features seven baguette-cut rubies and two pear-shaped emeralds set in the shape of the Blackhawks' crossed tomahawks. The team symbol is set against the background of a "C" formed in yellow gold and yellow diamonds. Each ring is personalized with a championship team member's name and respective number against an antique black background.

On the opposite side, a diamond-studded Stanley Cup and the 2010 season's motto: One Goal. The Stanley Cup is framed from top to bottom in fine detail with "Chicago Blackhawks" and the years 2010, 1961, 1938 and 1934 to document the team's championship history.

Engraving on the inside of each player's ring includes the National Hockey League shield and playoff team logos to acknowledge the four playoff opponents and series' scores.

Ring Facts

• 14 kt. white gold
• The total weight of the championship ring is 91.0 grams
• 404 diamonds and gemstones totaling approximately 8.00 carats.
• The 2010 Chicago Blackhawks Stanley Cup Championship Ring was designed and produced by Jostens.

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