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Circuiti Gioielli Designs 2010 MX1 Ring

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After the personal delivery of the gold and diamond "Championship Ring 2009" in the final World Superbike race of the season in Portimao to SBK World Champion Ben Spies, Gianfranco Quartaroli designed and forged the gold and diamond "Championship Ring 2010" MX1, dedicated to the 2010 FIM Motocross World Champion.

Quartaroli of Circuiti Gioielli has also collaborated with MotoGP, Giro d’Italia and SBK racer Noriyuki Haga.

But this time Quartaroli turned his mind to the Motocross World Championship, the most exciting, extreme, fun and physically demanding sport in the whole world: glamour, motocross, freestyle and jewelry together at the same time.

The white gold 750 ring, weighting 35,70gr, is completely embedded with two 2,12kts of white diamonds, with the MX1 logo in 0,18kts of black diamonds; also, on the sides of the jewel it is possible to engrave the number and the name of the winner, who employees at Circuiti Gioielli are hoping is number 222, which is Italy’s own Tony Cairoli on the KTM.

The MX1 Championship Ring, as for the SBK Championship Ring, will be available also in silver 925, in the Replica version for Christmas 2010, in the online jewelry store circuitigioielli.com

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