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Answered: Which Chiefs Super Bowl ring takes the crown?

See which “diamond of the season” our readers picked.

The Chiefs Super Bowl rings for LVIII and LVII side-by-side.

There’s a difference of ~100 diamonds, can’t you tell? | Photo via Kansas City Chiefs

Last week, we asked readers to pick their “diamond of the season” out of the Kansas City Chiefs (now) four Super Bowl rings. And let us just say, bigger is definitely better when it comes to our readers’ taste in fine jewelry.

Two tied for first place with exactly 75% of the votes: the recently revealed LVIII and 2022’s LVII rings. Roughly 1400 diamonds have been used in all four Chiefs championship rings, ~1100 of those are found in these two rocks alone.

Curious which one took last place? Turns out only 10% of readers care for 2020’s LIV ring. Must have been the lousy diamond count — a measly 255.

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