Celebrity jeweler Jason Arasheben appeared on Scoop B Radio and checked in with Brandon ‘Scoop B’ Robinson. Arasheben discussed designing the Golden State Warriors’ championship rings. Press Play Below To Listen!
Last night at Oracle Arena, the Golden State Warriors were presented with their 2017 NBA Championship rings that were designed by celebrity jeweler Jason Arasheben, owner of Jason of Beverly Hills
The Los Angeles-based jeweler has worked with any and everyone from the late Michael Jackson, to music’s Mariah Carey, Rihanna and Lil Jon. He’s also worked Warriors arch rival and Cleveland Cavaliers forward LeBron James and the Saudi Royal family.
Arasheben designed the Warriors’ rings after their first title win in 2015.He had the pleasure and pressure of designing this year’s rings too. “With the 2017 Warriors ring, the players and management have a lot input,” Jason of Beverly Hills’ Jason Arasheben told me on Scoop B Radio.
“Listen, I have a bunch of guys on the team that are personal friends and clients of mine like Draymond Green and Andre Iguodala and Klay Thompson. So naturally, I reached out to the players and tried to get their ideas and their thoughts on what they would want in a ring. And you can imagine their opinions where all across the board and there was definitely a divide between management wants and what players want and it is kind of up to me to design a ring that is going to satisfy everyone.”
So how did that turn out?
“Not everyone is going to be happy obviously,” he said. “But I think all in all we definitely created a ring that everyone is going to love. Listen are some players more boisterous than others? Absolutely!”
According to Arasheben, Warriors forward Draymond Green was the loudest influencer in the room.
”Draymond Green voiced his opinion on more than one occasion and let me know what he wants in the ring and what he doesn’t want in the ring,” Jason Arasheben said on the Scoop B Radio Podcast.
“He wants me to build it, so we spent a couple of nights together with Draymond just going over design and stuff like that, so he was very very involved.”
Added Jason of Beverly Hills:
“Other players like Klay [Thompson] and Steph [Curry] said: ‘You know what? We trust you guys, we know that you are going to come out with something spectacular.’”
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