Tuesday, October 26, 2010

2010 Los Angeles Lakers Championship Rings Revealed!!

 A Championship Ring with a Piece of History
Press Release: LOS ANGELES, CA- October 26th 2010- The Los Angeles Lakers celebrate their 16th championship win in true Hollywood fashion by contracting, for the second year in a row, celebrity jeweler Jason of Beverly Hills to create what will go down as the world’s most historic championship ring.  Jason of Beverly Hills, known for his extravagant diamond creations for some of the world’s biggest celebrities and royalty, has completely revolutionized the industry with his out-of-the-box approach to design.
For the first time in championship ring history,  Jason of Beverly Hills has decided to commemorate the Lakers historic win by adorning each and every ring with a piece of the actual ball used in game 7 of the 2010 NBA Finals. This daring ring design also features 2 trophies that signify the back to back victories made from a custom batch of 16kt gold and 16 oversized round brilliant white diamonds to indicate the 16 historic Lakers’ championships. Employing the world’s most advanced 3-D technology, each player is immortalized with a 3 dimensional sculpture of their face on their respective rings.
Representing the new generation of fine jewelry making, Jason of Beverly Hills upheld their standard of expert craftsmanship, superior diamond quality and cutting edge design. “We wanted to create history with this year’s ring and I think we’ve done that!” says Jason Arasheben, CEO of Jason of Beverly Hills. “More than any other year, this year’s ring allows the owner to relive and own a piece of Lakers’ history with the leather from the Game 7 ball.”
At this year’s unveiling ceremony, each ring was hand delivered in custom boxes, complete with a rotating platform to display the rings under LED lights.



  1. Utterly, utterly beautiful. I thought the 2009 ring was a work of art and didn't think it could be surpassed but I was wrong.

  2. I continue to be impressed by JBH's work on these breathtaking championship rings. Please keep up the impressive work.

  3. The same ball from game 7??!?
    That's sick! Best ring hands down.