Apr 18, 15, 09:05 PM #1
What Makes A Good State Ring Design?All Tell's thread asking for comments on the 2014 Trinity football state championship ring got me to thinking...what makes a good state championship ring design? (Besides your team's name on the ring.)
So, BGPers, if you were designing a state ring, what would you put on it? What are some must-haves and would-not-haves, if you were calling the shots on the design?Advertisement
Apr 18, 15, 09:09 PM #2Difficult to say. I don't think any of the five I noted in the other thread were specifically similar to one another.
Apr 18, 15, 09:11 PM #3I think a reference of some sort to the state is fairly key. Either "KY" or "Kentucy" or a silhouette of the state somewhere on the ring.
Apr 18, 15, 09:33 PM #4
Apr 18, 15, 10:22 PM #5One that says "Mason County" on it.
Apr 18, 15, 10:40 PM #6
Apr 19, 15, 12:07 AM #7
Some kind of reference to the significance of the title. If your school has won five titles, then maybe five of some type of design (star or something) around the face of the ring would be a nice touch. Obviously can't do that with some schools, but just an example. Something personal to that school/team that makes it different from everyone else.
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