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Denver Nuggets NBA Championship Ring (2023) - Premium Series

Denver Nuggets NBA Championship Ring (2023) - Premium Series

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Our rings are big, heavy, and beautiful. It is the best replica in the market and we take great pride in that.

The diamonds are hand set AAA grade cubic zirconia

Includes wooden display box

18k White Gold Plated option, we use a copper base which requires higher levels craftsmanship and man hours but it produces sharper details and a brighter finish than the commonly used zinc alloy. Then a thick layer of 18k gold plating is added and buffed to brilliant shine; plated jewelry is perfect for display and special events.  Will also have 18k yellow gold high lights.

Solid .925 Sterling Silver option, this ring has exquisite detail. It is solid sterling silver all the way though making it heavy and incredibly durable while having a brilliant shine. This option is best for members who are planning on wearing the ring daily or very frequently. Will also have 18k yellow gold high lights.

Custom Name And Number: Select "Yes" under "Replace MVP With Custom Name And Number? (+$40)" and type in the name and number you'd like to replace JOKIC 15 in the text boxes on this page. Please allow an additional 5 days to customize an order.


If not personalized, the ring will come with JOKIC 15

The dimensions of the face are approximately 34 x 32mm

Weight: 60g

Shipping is USPS

Lead Up To The Nuggets Ring:

The Denver Nuggets are NBA champions! The team defeated the Miami Heat in Game 5 of the NBA Finals on Monday night, 94-89, to win their first title in franchise history.

The Nuggets were led by Nikola Jokic, who was named the NBA Finals MVP. Jokic averaged 27.1 points, 13.8 rebounds, and 7.9 assists in the series. He also became the first player in NBA history to lead the playoffs in total points, rebounds, and assists.

Other key contributors for the Nuggets in the Finals included Jamal Murray, who averaged 22.2 points per game, and Michael Porter Jr., who averaged 15.8 points per game.

The Nuggets' victory was a long time coming. The team had been to the Western Conference Finals three times in the past decade, but they had never been able to break through and win the championship. This year, they finally put it all together and made history.

The Nuggets' championship is a testament to the team's resilience and determination. They faced a lot of adversity throughout the season, including injuries to key players. But they never gave up and always found a way to win.

This championship is a special moment for the Nuggets organization and for the city of Denver. The Nuggets are now one of the elite teams in the NBA, and they will be a force to be reckoned with for years to come.

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