Celebrating the Olympic Rings with some engraving from the Olympics
A new engraver has created a striking, colorful, and iconic Olympic Rings from the 2014 Sochi Games.
It is one of a few images of the Rings that can be seen at the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro.
The Rings are engraved with the names of the athletes who competed in the games, the dates of their medal and other medals, the colors of the Olympic rings and the names and titles of the competitors.
The engravers created the Rings using a laser-cut, laser-engraved design that includes a unique “ring-shaped” pattern that creates a striking and colorful appearance that makes it stand out from the rest of the medals.
The rings were originally created to honor the Olympic champion, Michael Phelps.
Phelps won gold in the 100 meters final in Rio and won the 200 meters relay.
The engraven rings have been on display in the Olympic Village since July, with the rings now available for viewing at the Games in the form of an “anniversary” version.
The rings are available for purchase at a price of $100 each.