July 6, 2014
A spectacular photograph of all six Pittsburgh Steeler Rings shows the differences in size and bling.
What a great photo turned up this week on twitter. While the identities of the two men and details of the occasion are murky, the photo pretty much says it all.
From left to right:
The Steelers first super bowl ring, from Super Bowl IX.
Next is the superbowl XIII ring.
Next to it is the four large diamond, Super Bowl XIV ring. This would be the Steelers last Super Bowl championship ring for more than 25 years.
The last ring shown on the first hand is the Super Bowl X ring. It’s hard to see, but that ring has two large diamonds, symbolizing the team’s second superbowl victory.
The next hand has the two more recent rings.
On the left is the huge, superbowl XLVIII ring and to the right is the smaller, Super Bowl XL ring.
I’ve written a lot about each of these six rings, so if you would like more information, please use the search button on the right of this web-page and you can pull up plenty of photos and information about each of these rings.
Here’s the link to visit the twitter page: https://twitter.com/steelers/status/483754369817395200/photo/1