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New York Giants Super Bowl Rings Unveiled -- Players Get Them Wednesday Night

The New York Giants receive their 2012 Super Bowl championship rings on Wednesday night

Giants Super Bowl Ring
Giants Super Bowl Ring

Cover your eyes, New York Jets fans! Today is the day the Super Bowl XLVI champion New York Giants receive their rings, and the team unveiled photos of the fourth Super Bowl championship ring in franchise history on Wednesday morning. You can see all of the photos at Big Blue View.

The ring was made by Tiffany & Co. and will be presented to the team in a private ceremony Wednesday evening at Tiffany's in Manhattan.

Giants team captains Eli Manning, Justin Tuck and Zak DeOssie were involved in the design of the ring, along with coach Tom Coughlin and general manager Jerry Reese.

"We took in a lot of opinions. We all came to a decision to make this ring our ring, because everyone loved it. When Tiffany brought it in the last day, there was silence because everyone was thinking, ‘Wow.' It really captured everything we wanted to capture in the ring," Tuck said. "Coach Coughlin was adamant about having ‘World Champions' on it. Plus they did a great job designing the ring to fit around our fingers and really look good on your hand - not just having a big, ostentatious ring on your hand. They worked on the balance of the ring when it's on your hand. I think Tiffany did a great job."