This weekend, the crème de la crème of the NBA will assemble in Salt Lake City, Utah for the annual NBA All-Star Game. The league will commemorate the accomplishments of players and coaches with special All-Star rings. While in the past, the hardware was distributed approximately a month after the event, this year the pieces will be waiting for them in the locker room as they arrive at the arena.
Crafted by Victor Solomon, who has a long-standing relationship with the NBA as a designer of trophies and awards, the rings feature a range of stunning details. The U-set bezel is designed as a half-basketball seam cage and adorned with 3, 2.3mm white diamonds, signifying the accomplishment of a season’s journey and the potential for future success.
In this cage, you will also find a debossed All-Star logo flanked by 23 extruded stars. The piece is fitted with 94 black diamonds, representing the dimensions of the court, and has a “72nd Annual NBA All-Star” inscription on the sides.