2016 Atlanta Falcons NFC Championship Ring – 10K GOLD W/ DIAMONDS – ROBINSON #19
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The 2016 Atlanta Falcons season marked the franchise’s 51st year in the NFL, and its final season playing games in the Georgia Dome. The Falcons won the NFC South for the first time since 2012 and quarterback Matt Ryan was named NFL MVP. Atlanta defeated the Seattle Seahawks 36–20 in the Divisional Round to advance to the NFC Championship Game for the first time since 2012. In the NFC Championship game, the team soundly defeated the Green Bay Packers, 44–21, to advance to its second Super Bowl appearance in franchise history.
Offered here is a 2016 Atlanta Falcons NFC Championship Ring presented to wide receiver Aldrick Robinson. The ring top features 72 round-cut pave-set diamonds and the Falcons logo made from a custom-cut onyx stone with red enamel. The logo crest is surrounded by 48 round diamonds. The perimeter of the ring says “2016 NFC CHAMPIONS” accented by 24 round diamonds. Along the entire perimeter of the ring top is a row of 51 princess-cut corundum rubies. One shank features the player’s name “ROBINSON” above diamond-studded number “19” and a yellow gold slogan, “IN BROTHERHOOD.” The other shank features an enameled team logo beneath the NFC logo, which is flanked by a pair of diamond footballs commemorating the team’s two NFC championships. The ring size is 8.5 and it weighs 62 grams.