Chicago Blackhawks' Stanley Cup rings feature 355 diamonds (Photos)

The Chicago Blackhawks will raise another Stanley Cup banner Wednesday night before their game against the New York Rangers. On Sunday, one the final celebrations of their 2015 championship conquest took place when the players and staff all received their rings.

And boy, are they blingy:

Blackhawks / Jostens
Blackhawks / Jostens
Blackhawks / Jostens
Blackhawks / Jostens
Blackhawks / Jostens
Blackhawks / Jostens
Blackhawks / Jostens
Blackhawks / Jostens

Here are the details about the Jostens rings, via the Blackhawks:

The 2015 Stanley Cup Championship Ring boasts 355 round, pear, marquise and custom princess-cut diamonds all meticulously set in a 14 karat white gold ring. This collection of stones comes together to create a stunning all white ring which tops over 10.8 carats.

The ring top boasts the Blackhawks logo created with custom-cut diamonds sitting atop a bed of 50 custom princess-cut diamonds. The words STANLEY CUP CHAMPIONS surrounds the top and bottom of the ring top, giving way to four shimmering rows of round pave-set diamonds. The four rows of diamonds are master set and cascade down the side of the ring in a waterfall effect.

The left side features all six Stanley Cup trophies the team has won. Round pave-set diamonds are stacked up to form the base of each trophy. The right side features the Blackhawks secondary logo created with pear and round pave-set diamonds, as well as each player’s name and number. Inside, the team’s motto of ONE GOAL is featured along with a silhouette of the trophy. The Blackhawks 2015 postseason opponents and series scores are also included.

So what’s the tale of the tape between the 2010, 2013 and 2015 rings? 

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Diamond count

2010: 404

2013: 260

2015: 355

Carat count

2010: 8

2013: 14.68

2015: 10.8

Championship rings in sports certainly have changed in 54 years...

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