Closer Look: Dirk Nowitzki’s 2011 Mavericks NBA Championship Ring

By: 01.25.12  •  4 Comments
Dirk Nowitzki

Dirk Nowitzki

Earlier today we wanted to be the first to give you a sneak peek at the Mavs’ new championship ring, but now we have crystal-clear photos for you along with details on each historic piece. So as Dallas celebrated their first NBA title tonight, check out the bling – with 250 total diamonds – designed by Jostens’ master jewelers and members of the Mavericks organization, including Dirk Nowitzki, Jason Kidd and Jason Terry.

Dallas Mavericks Championship Ring

The ring bezel features “World Champions” flanked by 10 round-cut diamonds on each side of this 14 karat white gold ring. The prominent Mavericks logo is set against a custom blue stone encircled by 31 princess-cut diamonds – one for each year the Dallas Mavericks have been in Dallas and the NBA.

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Dallas Mavericks Championship Ring

Side A features the player’s name and jersey number. The NBA logo sits to the left side of the logo, while one diamond star rests to the right – signifying the first championship for Dallas. The Mavericks’ secondary logo is set with another custom blue stone inside the basketball. The “M” is emblazoned with 15 diamonds to represent the 15 members on the 2011 Championship Team.

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