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    1993 Toronto Blue Jays World Championship Ring. Attempts to reclaim baseball's throne for the United States failed this year as the Philadelphia Phillies fell in six to the Toronto Blue Jays, who repeated as World Champs with a dramatic Joe Carter walk-off blast. Presented is the glimmering symbol of that achievement, issued to a front office worker for the club. Face holds forty-six round brilliant-cut diamonds with a total carat weight of .60. Team logo bird and double-Canadian flag imagery appears, with "World Champions 1993" ringing perimeter in raised lettering. Left shank reads "Toronto Blue Jays, 1993 World Series, Back to Back 92-93." Right shank provides recipient's surname "Demy" and the symbol of the American League. Interior band is stamped "Tiffany 14k 585" and measures to a size eight. Custom ring box and all Tiffany packaging is present. Fine condition.

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