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2006 Detroit Tigers League Championship Ring


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The 2006 Detroit Tigers American League Championship ring is a symbol of the team’s achievement in winning the AL pennant that year. While specific details can vary, here is a general description based on typical championship ring designs:

  1. Top Face: The top face of the ring often features the team’s logo prominently displayed. In the case of the 2006 Detroit Tigers, this would likely be the distinctive Old English ‘D’ logo.
  2. Year and Team Name: Around the logo, there would typically be engravings indicating the year of the championship (“2006”) and possibly “American League Champions” or similar wording.
  3. Stones and Metals: Championship rings are often made from precious metals such as 24karat electroplated over blass or silver, and they may be adorned with cubic zirconia or other gemstones. The stones could be arranged around the logo or along the sides of the ring.
  4. Side Panels: The sides of the ring often feature additional engravings or images representing significant achievements or icons related to the team or the championship season. This could include the team’s motto, notable statistics, or images related to key moments from the season.
  5. Personalization: Each ring is typically personalized with the recipient’s name and sometimes their jersey number or position within the organization.
  6. Overall Design: Championship rings are designed to be large and impressive, serving as a lasting memento of the team’s accomplishment. They are usually quite ornate and designed to be worn on special occasions.



Premium Stainless Steel, Pure Sterling Silver, Gold Plated over Sterling Silver 925


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