The 2015 NBA championship team, the Golden State Warriors, revealed their Hotline Bling in the form of massive championship rings that they earned back in June. The Really Big Rings were designed by Jason Arasheben, a Los Angeles native famous for catering to the jewelry needs of the Hollywood elite, as well as past championship rings, most recently the Los Angeles Lakers. Arasheben beat out seven other designers for this job, and after peeping these baller rings, it’s clear why.
The rings themselves are packing serious heat in terms of their handcrafted hardware. Crafted with more than 90 percent 14K gold, and tricked out with six additional carats of diamonds and sapphires, these rings are seriously stacked.
In order to honor the Golden State (San Francisco) from which the team hails, the ring features a jewel-encrusted image of the iconic Bay Bridge, which is featured on the team’s jersey. These rings are 15 percent bigger than the last two championship rings, and are the largest Arasheben has ever designed. Each one features the player’s individual name and number, and were delivered in a lighted box with a motorized turn table so these champions can admire their swag from every angle.
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