​If you didn't know by now, the Warriors championship rings, revealed Tuesday night, are the first to ever be fully reversible.


It's understandable, though. Classic ideas tend to run stale after winning three titles in four years. 


Jason Arasheben of Beverly Hills, the wizard behind the craftsmanship, has opened up on the story behind ​Golden State's unique rings

"​​Some players wanted a blue face; some players wanted a white face,” Arasheben said. "We wanted to make everyone happy, so what we did with this year’s ring was make the top turn around."


According to Arasheben, the 2018 ​NBA title ring has 74 sapphires and 74 diamonds, two trophies that include gold and diamonds, along with the Bay Bridge, “The Town” logo representing Oakland, and the ​Warriors’ motto “Strength In Numbers” featured on it.

Arasheben dropped out of UCLA to pursue a career in jewelry and its fair to say he made the right decision. 


According to The Athletic's Marc J. Spears' story, the jeweler has more than 200 NBA player clients and has made jewelry for Kim Kardashian, Michael Jackson, Jennifer Lopez, Chelsea FC, and Matthew McConaughey.