March 2, 2015
This championship ring may take a while to sell, since it’s probably worth one-fifth the asking price.
This is America, and the ebay seller can ask any price he wants. However, this ring appears to be smaller than the players version, and it’s made with an inexpensive alloy, not solid gold like the player’s 2013 World Series rings.
The seller claims the diamonds are real. Keep in mind that the diamonds on this championship ring are unusually small.
To add more to substance to the absurdity of the price, the ring is around a size 7-8, as listed on ebay, which would mean it’s a woman’s size ring. Yet in the description, the seller claims the championship is “large” and they are guessing around a size 9. What would the asking price be if the World series ring was a typical man’s size ring?
The one nice thing about this championship ring is it comes with the proper wood presentation box.
Please remember, I buy championship rings. If you have a championship ring you would like to sell, please let me know.