December 10th, 2023 Holiday Auction (#61)
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Myron Pryor was a 305-pound defensive tackle for the New England Patriots who played parts of three seasons with the team from 2009 to 2011. Selected in the sixth round of the 2009 NFL Draft by the Pats. He was with the team on Jan. 22, 2012, when they won the AFC title game against the Baltimore Ravens, 23-20, and earned an AFC Champions ring, which is offered here. The face of the 14K white gold ring reads in raised lettering “NEW ENGLAND” at the top and “PATRIOTS” on the bottom, and includes seven marquise diamonds (representing the franchise’s seventh AFC title), 32 round diamonds (32 NFL teams) and 73 brilliant cut diamonds (73 players played for the Patriots in 2011) all beautifully laid out around the Patriots team logo. In honor of the team’s 2011 season-long dedication to Myra Kraft, the wife of Patriots owner Robert Kraft who died on July 20, 2011, due to ovarian cancer, one shank features a blue sapphire with MHK (her initials) embedded and positioned between the player’s name (PRYOR) and his uniform number (91). The other shank features “Patriots” in script, followed by “AFC CHAMPIONS 2011” and the team’s record (“15-4”) flanking the AFC logo in red. The ring weighs 55 grams. Comes with its original, mint condition wooden presentation box that reads “MHK - NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS 2011 AFC CHAMPIONS” on its frosted glass cover right above the Patriots logo. Approximately size 16 (too large for our sizer).
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