Washington Capitals' Ring Has Arrived!

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Before the Caps raise their banner and open their title defense Wednesday, they gathered Monday night to receive their hard-earned Stanley Cup rings.

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Here are some of the details regarding the ring, via Jostens.

The ring is made of 14-karat white and yellow gold expertly set with diamonds, genuine rubies, and genuine blue sapphire. The ring features 230 round diamonds, as well as 22 princess cut diamonds, for a carat weight of 5.5. Increasing the stone count are 28 custom taper-cut rubies and seven custom-cut star-shaped rubies, totaling 4.6 carats. A star-shaped sapphire weighing .10 carats brings the precious stone weight to an astonishing 10.2 carats.

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It's not just the Caps players who will receive championship rings, either. It was announced this summer that team owner Ted Leonsis planned to give championship rings to every full-time employee of Monumental Sports & Entertainment  -- about 500 employees in total -- that was on the payroll when Caps won the Cup. 

Source: CBS Sports

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