The original roers silverware set that was made by rogers for the 2010 World Series is expected to be released for the first time on Monday, but it may not be the golds that fans were expecting.
Robins has announced that it will be releasing the gold-plated silverware that players used to decorate their rings, bracelets, and other items during the 2010 playoffs, but they are also expected to feature a few items that were made for a different era.
According to Fox Sports, the set will feature a ring from the 1960s and 1970s that will feature silver-plating on the sides and the top of the ring.
It will also feature a replica of the 1960-71 gold-trimmed, three-quarter-size plate from the 1968 World Series that will have a silver-trimming, one-quarter size plate on the top.
The rogers set will also include an original silver ring and bracelet from the 1962 World Series.
The ring will have three sizes, ranging from 1-1/2 inches wide to 1-3/8 inches in diameter.
The bracelets will have two sizes, from 1/2 to 3/8 and 1-5/8 in diameter, with the largest size, which is the 2-1-1 ring, measuring 6-1 1/8″ in diameter and weighing 2 pounds.
The silverware will also have a “gold ring and bracelets” logo on the outside.
According to Fox, the rogers “original roers” ring is a “very beautiful gold ring that is in the top and bottom of the silverware,” and the bracelets “are in the middle.”
In addition to the gold rings, the silver rings will feature an inscription “for the roers.”
The inscription will be in English, with some of the phrases in Spanish.
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