Genuine 2020 Los Angeles Dodgers World Championship ring, crafted from 10-karat white and yellow gold with diamonds and blue sapphires. The size 11.5 Jostens ring comes with an LOA from its original owner, organization Performance Coach Fran Batista. The top features the Dodgers logo created from 17 custom-cut created sapphires, while the logo sits atop a baseball diamond with 45 round diamonds and 4 princess-cut diamonds. Around the bezel are an additional 140 round diamonds along with WORLD CHAMPIONS on top and bottom. Left shank bears the name "Batista" above a Dodgers script logo above a relief of Dodger Stadium (had this been issued to a player, his uniform number would have replaced the stadium). Right shank reads LOS ANGELES with the year 2020, set with 36 diamonds. The Commissioner's trophy splits the year number, and NL West is in relief. Inside the band is an interlocking LA logo centering the Dodgers' post-season opponents and series records. Ring weighs 84 grams and has approximately 222 round diamonds and 10 princess-cut diamonds, totaling approximately 5.25 carats. Comes in original blue display box, and lot includes owner LOA, congratulatory letter from the Dodgers, and full ownership and appraisal info. The Dodgers went 43-17 in the COVID-shortened season, adding an impressive 13-5 post-season mark to earn this spectacular prize.