June 18th, 2014 Summer Games Catalog Auction (#41)
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This size 12.5, 14k white gold ring weighs 63 grams. It was given to Hall of Famer Warren Moon following the 2005 NFL Season where the Seattle Seahawks were crowned champions of the NFC. Moon has served as broadcaster and color commentator on radio for Seahawks games for the last ten seasons. The top panel of the ring reads “SEATTLE SEAHAWKS” along with a football-shaped blue synthetic stone adorned with the Seahawks’ logo. The center stone is surrounded by 18 round-cut diamonds. An additional 40 round-cut diamonds, to commemorate the 40th season of the Super Bowl era, adorn the outer perimeter of the ring. The ring has a total diamond weight of approximately 1.25-carats. The left panel features the name “MOON” in relief above the Super Bowl XL logo and “STAFF” below. The right panel reads “N.F.C. CHAMPIONS” in relief above a banner with “TEAMWORK” in relief, the casted image of CenturyLink Field and “2005” below. The inside of the ring is stamped “©JOSTENS 14K”. The ring is in MINT condition and comes with the original wooden presentation box. The box measures roughly 6” x 5” x 3-1/2” and features the Seahawks logo and “2005 NFC CHAMPIONS” printed onto the top.
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