When the Big Red Machine, the 1970s Cincinnati Reds, with Hall of Famers Pete Rose, Joe Morgan, Johnny Bench and Tony Perez, won the 1975 World Series in a classic battle against the Boston Red Sox, the players received World Series rings, but wives and some girlfriends were also given rings by the ball club. This ring reads, "Cincinnati Reds 1975 World Champions." The centerpiece diamond is real, and the ring is 10K white gold, as it is stamped inside. The size 5.5 ring is also stamped "LGB" by Balfour. The ring was given to Pete Rose's wife at that time, Karolyn Rose, and it comes with a Letter of Authenticity from Karolyn Rose from when she sold the ring in 1996. The beautiful ring is sure to evoke memories of Pete Rose and all the other members of the Big Red Machine, and the memorable World Series win against the Red Sox.