Denver Broncos 1989 American Football Championship Ring With Blue Lapis Lazuli

The 1989 Denver Broncos season was the team's 30th year in professional football and its 20th with the National Football League. The Denver Broncos defeated the Cleveland Browns and won the American Football Conference (AFC) Championship Game's 1989 season with 37–21 and qualified for the Super Bowl. 1989 season AFC Championship Game was played on January 14, 1990 at the Mile High Stadium

Champion Team Info:
Champion Team: Denver Broncos
Based in: Denver, Colorado
Founded: August 14, 1959
Home Stadium: Broncos Stadium at Mile High (2001–present); Mile High Stadium (1960–2000)
Team Colors: Orange, Navy Blue, White
Division: the National Football League (NFL)'s American Football Conference (AFC) West division
Championship Season: 1989 season for the American Football Conference Championship Game
Championship Game: Won the American Football Conference Championship Game (37 games to 21) versus Cleveland Browns

Ring Features:
Plating with 18K Gold and Platinum;
Prong Setting with blue lapis lazuli, AAA clear zirconias, black enamel;
Deep Engraving and 3D Letters;
Customized Service: Name, Number and Other Engraving;
MADE TO ORDER: Processing Time 7 to 10 Business Days.

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