Buy This Caps Ring for $12,018

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Posted October 1, 2018

The Caps got their Stanley Cup rings. They’re beautiful. But they’re not yours. You can, however, purchase some very expensive Caps championship jewelry at jostens.com/capitals.

Men’s jewelry:

  • Elite Fan Ring: $599
  • Championship Tags: $299
  • Fan Ring: $399
  • Stanley Cup Cufflinks: $329
  • Capitals Signet Ring: $249
  • Championship Band Ring: $249
  • Championship Cufflinks: $269
  • Championship Signet Ring: $249
  • Championship Paperweight: $259
  • Championship Keyring: $29

Women’s jewelry:

  • Women’s Elite Ring: $499
  • Championship Cluster Necklace: $349
  • Elite Fan Ring Top Pendant: $599
  • Fan Ring Top Pendant: $399
  • Championship Charm Bracelet: $499
  • Championship Eternity Pendant: $329
  • Championship Hinge Bracelet: $299
  • Capitals Star Earrings: $289
  • Capitals Band Ring: $269
  • Capitals Star Necklace: $269
  • Championship Band Ring: $249
  • Capitals Signet Ring: $249
  • Championship Signet Ring: $249
  • Stanley Cup Necklace: $239
  • Championship Disc Necklace: $199
  • Championship Dangle Earrings: $199
  • Championship Paperweight: $159
  • Mix and Match Earrings: $34
  • Championship Bangle: $34
  • Championship Keyring: $29
  • Stanley Cup Bangle: $34
  • Championship Charm: $19
  • Stanley Cup Charm: $19

More on this stuff, and this ring:

In addition to the Stanley Cup Championship jewelry collection, fans have the special opportunity to purchase a limited-edition Capitals Stanley Cup Championship Fan Ring. The limited-edition ‘145’ ring is based on the Players’ Championship Ring and is centered around the 2018 Stanley Cup Playoffs four series game winners.

Representing the winning goal in the first round against the Columbus Blue Jackets in Game 6 is Devante Smith-Pelly, No. 25.  The second round match-up against the Pittsburgh Penguins saw the memorable series-clinching goal scored by Evgeny Kuznetsov, No. 92.  The Conference Final victory over the Tampa Bay Lightning was clinched by the first goal in game seven by captain Alex Ovechkin, No. 8.  The final goal of the 2018 Stanley Cup Final was scored by Lars Eller, No. 20, in the third period of Game 5 versus the Vegas Golden Knights. When combining these four game winners’ jerseys – 25, 92, 8, 20 – a total of 145 is reached.

The ring is created in stunning 10K gold with approximately 258 round diamonds and other genuine specialty stones; this one-of-a-kind ring will boast approximately 5.5 carats. It will also feature intricate storytelling details of the 2018 Stanley Cup Championship Ring and is the closest ring ever offered in the National Hockey League history.