In the history of the NFL's Super Bowl era, we have witnessed 45 Super Bowl champions to date, with Super Bowl XLVI fast approaching.
Every Super Bowl winner creates their own Super Bowl ring, and some rings will appear to be almost exact replicas of prior ring designs.
Some teams hold many different rings, while there is a scattering of NFL teams looking for their first one.
Every Super Bowl ring is special. They are all different, ranging from the size, the design, the colors, the diamonds and the shape.
Some appear to be gaudy, while others are more classic and more appealing to the eye.
In order to get a reasonably close view of the first 44 Super Bowl rings created, click on this link here. This article also discusses the process of how the ring manufacturer is decided and who picks up the cost of making the rings.
Our job today is to power rank all 45 Super Bowl rings, but since preferences for rings can be a very personal thing, it would not be a major surprise to discover that opinions can vary greatly.
(The ring photos in the presentation are courtesy of SI.com.)