The 1995 Atlanta Braves won the World Series in six games against the Cleveland Indians. Presented is the Atlanta Braves Staff World Champions ring. The Braves finished first in the National League East Division every year of the 1990s except 1994 and they reached the World Series five times in the 1990s, winning the World Championship only in 1995 in the 1990s. The 1995 World Champions had four future Hall of Famers in pitchers Tom Glavine, Greg Maddux, and John Smoltz and third baseman Chipper Jones. The visually impressive ring has a real diamond in the middle of the center stone and 18 additional real diamonds displayed around the blue center stone. The ring face reads "Atlanta Braves 1995 World Champions". The left shank reads "Johnson Staff" and displays the word "Braves" and the tomahawk logo. The right shank has a miniature design of the World Championship Trophy and above the trophy image is "Team of the 90's." Letters at the base of the small trophy image read "1995 World Champion". The ring is a size 10.5". The sparkling ring exhibits great eye appeal and it serves to commemorate the success of the Atlanta Braves of that end of the Twentieth Century era.