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Jostens is a leader in custom-crafted and gorgeous championship rings for professional sports teams. Yesterday, In a collaborative effort with the Washington Mystics, Jostens had revealed the 2019 Washington Mystics WNBA Championship Ring in all of its glory.

A statement was issued by Chris Poitras VP and COO of Jostens Professional Sports Division who said, “The Mystics undoubtedly had one of the most talented offenses and overall team in the WNBA and were truly incredible to watch in 2019. We are proud to partner with the Mystics organization to celebrate their first-ever championship title and create a ring that will become a part of Washington, DC’s championship tradition.”

The Mystics defeated the Connecticut Suns 89-78 in a 5 game playoff series in 2019.

“It is my tremendous privilege to celebrate the awesome athletic achievement of our Champion Mystics with the presentation of this meticulously-crafted ring. Our season was historic, extending beyond the records they broke along their journey. They played in their new, dedicated home at the Entertainment and Sports Arena in Ward 8, created lasting memories, and inspired fans to forge deeper bonds in our community and dream bigger. This ring represents the leadership of Coach Mike Thibault, the resilience of our team – who kept their promise to #RunItBack, on the court and in our community – and a season that Mystics fans will always cherish,” said Sheila C. Johnson, Monumental Sports & Entertainment Vice Chairwoman and Washington Mystics managing partner.

This ring marks the first WNBA championship victory for the Washington Mystics for the first time in 22 years. The championship ring itself is crafted with 10-karat white gold and embellished with stones such as diamonds, genuine rubies, and sapphires.

According to a statement by Ted Leonsis, Founder, Chairman, Principal Partner & CEO, Monumental Sports & Entertainment, “Thank you to Jostens for their continuing great work for us as they have now designed our three most recent championship rings, each telling a unique and personal story for the NHL Washington Capitals, the AFL Washington Valor and now the WNBA Washington Mystics. We have been proud to partner with Jostens as D.C. has become the District Of Champions."

Information originally sourced from GlobeNewswire.