Tiffany & Co.’s Tiffany Trophies by the Numbers

For nearly 160 years, Tiffany artisans have handcrafted custom-designed trophies, the most revered symbols of athletic achievement in nearly every notable field of sport.


A long-standing tradition of American craftsmanship, the renowned silversmithing conducted at the hollowware workshop requires many hours of labor, hundreds of pounds of precious materials and a relentless dedication to craftsmanship. Here’s a glimpse at the numbers behind some of the most coveted sports championship trophies.    

65 Trophies

Each year, 65 trophies made by the skilled craftspeople at Tiffany’s hollowware workshop in Rhode Island are given to commemorate greatness in elite sporting competitions.

Tiffany & Co. 65 Trophies Fact
Tiffany & Co. 16 Pounds Fact

16 Pounds

Crafted in the Tiffany hollowware shop, the Larry O’Brien Championship Trophy, awarded to the winning team of the NBA® Finals, weighs 16 pounds. It is crafted in sterling silver and vermeil—which is a 24 karat gold overlay.

33 Pounds

In 2007, Tiffany designed the 33-pound, 13.25-inch sterling silver PGA TOUR® FedExCup® trophy. It is awarded annually to the winner of the PGA TOUR® FedExCup® season-long championship.

Tiffany & Co. Sports and Trophies
Tiffany & Co. Sports and Trophies

30 Flags

The number of gold-plated flags, one for each major league team, on the championship trophy for Major League Baseball® (designed by Tiffany, of course).