This stunning 1985 Edmonton Oilers "Back-to-Back" Stanley Cup Champions 14K Gold & Diamond Ring holds an extraordinary place in sports history, once owned by none other than Oilers Owner, Peter Pocklington.
Highlighted by its remarkable design, this ring boasts the distinction of featuring the largest diamond ever set into a championship sports ring. Crafted with meticulous attention to detail, it showcases a substantial 1.78 carat center diamond, complemented by an additional 2.13 carats of surrounding smaller stones, all set in 14K gold.
Beyond its dazzling appearance, this ring carries significant historical significance, symbolizing the Oilers' back-to-back Stanley Cup victories and their iconic status in the realm of hockey. Notably, it comes with authentication from Peter Pocklington himself, along with a 2019 Gemological Appraisal confirming the exceptional value of the central diamond, estimated at over $15,000.
Measuring approximately size 10.75 and weighing 32 grams, this ring is a true collector's item, embodying the legacy of the Oilers' triumphs and the pivotal moments in NHL history. Additionally, it serves as a reminder of Pocklington's controversial trade involving Wayne Gretzky, an event that reverberated throughout Canada and beyond.
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