NFL 2001 Super Bowl XXXVI New England Patriots Championship Replica Fan Ring with Wooden Display Case

-10% NFL 2001 Super Bowl XXXVI New England Patriots Championship Replica Fan Ring with Wooden Display Case
NFL 2001 Super Bowl XXXVI is the Super game between NFC champion St. Louis Ramsand AFC champion New England Patriots. The game started on 3rd February, 2002 at Louisiana Superdome, New Orleans and Patriots won the game by 20:17.

NFL 2001 Super Bowl XXXVI New England Patriots Championship Replica Fan Ring with Wooden Display Case is the thing to memorize that great time in NFL 2001 Season for New England Patriots
NFL 2001 Super Bowl XXXVI championship ring represented the honorable moment of New England Patriots in 2001 seasons.
For most of the New England Patriots fans, the display case set would be a unique and a great gift to your friends and families, it is a truly one of a kind item that would stand out in any New England Patriots football collection.

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Specification
TeamNew England Patriots
YearNFL 2001 Super Bowl XXXVI
SizeUS11.0 | C64.7mm | D20.6mm
MaterialEvery Championship ring spends 28 days through 14 working processes, choose high strength and high quality alloy with 3 times electroplating. High quality crystal were selected and inlay on the top of every Championship Rings.
Weight~60g per ring
ShippingDHL Express, normally takes 3-5 business days. Won't deliver to PO Box. Please leave your street address for delivery.

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