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Luxery hardware incoming!

Sunday evening the Washington Mystics unveiled their 2019 WNBA Championship Ring and boy is she a beauty.

Take a look for yourself. 

It gets even better, check out the 360 view.

Mystics players and coaches gathered to celebrate in a private ceremony and received their rings as a team, Jostens said in a press release. 

"Adorning the ring top is the Mystics DC logo set with custom-cut rubies and sapphires. Combined, the 6 custom-cut sapphires and 6 custom-cut rubies are symbolic of the 12 players on the team’s roster with the singular round sapphire representing head coach, Mike Thibault. The iconic logo is set atop the WNBA Championship Trophy which features 6 diamonds in its base signifying the incredible 6 total games won by the Mystics in the 2019 playoffs, as well as one larger diamond at the top which pays tribute to their first-ever championship victory," Jostens said.

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"Surrounding the Trophy and logo are 23 diamonds. An encircling ring of 29 taper-cut rubies represent the 26 regular season wins and the 3 games won in the Finals. Completing the ring top are an additional 90 diamonds and the team’s title of 2019 WNBA CHAMPIONS. The top and bottom edges of the ring top are accented with 8 princess-cut sapphires, for a combined total of 16 sapphires. The 8 princess-cut sapphires are symbolic of the Mystics’ new home court advantage in DC’s Ward 8."

The rings feature an average of 120 diamonds which total 2.35 carats, 6 custom-cut and 29 taper-cut rubies totaling 3.5 carats. There are also 6 custom-cut sapphires, 1 round sapphire and 16 princess-cut sapphires, which combined total 3.15 carats. The rings have an astounding total gem carat weight of 9.0 carats.

For the Mysitcs, winning the first championship in franchise history is sweet but putting this baby on your finger might possibly be just as satisfying. 

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