Let's break it down by numbers:
11 custom-cut baguettes create the iconic “H” in the Astros logo and represent the team’s 11 postseason wins.
101 diamonds adorn the top of the ring, representing the number of regular season victories won by the Astros in 2017.
56 round diamonds complete the top of the ring, encircling the logo and representing the 56 seasons of Astros franchise history leading up to the 2017 World Championship.
2 princess-cut sapphires, one orange and the other blue, are set in golden home plates at the top and bottom edge of the ring top. They represent Houston’s unique achievement of being both American and National League Champions, a feat never accomplished by any other Major League team.
6 round diamonds are set in yellow gold on the bottom edge of the ring top. These diamonds represent the six years Jim Crane has owned the team.
1 orange sapphire not only represents the Astros National League Pennant, but also Jim Crane’s first World Series Championship.
Want to own a piece of Houston Astros history? Check out the 2017 World Champions Official Fan Collection here.