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Cubs Fan Designs Epic World Series Ring Jack-o-Lantern

The intricate design features Justin Grimm's name in a Halloween homage

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Robert Greenfield

The Chicago Cubs’ World Series rings were the stuff of legends after they won their 2016 title, and one diehard fan has captured the iconic jewelry in an absolutely awesome way.

Cubs fan Robert Greenfield showed off his creation on social media Wednesday, as he carved an intricate replica of the team’s championship rings into one of Halloween’s best Jack-o-Lantern’s:

The details of the ring are incredible, and even include former Cubs reliever Justin Grimm’s name in an excellent homage to the Halloween season:

The real Cubs’ rings, of which only a select few were made, were worth around $70,000, and included 214 diamonds, three karats of red rubies, and 2.5 karats of genuine sapphires.

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