Basketball Ring Necklace Phil 4:13
Basketball Ring Necklace Phil 4:13
Basketball Ring Necklace Phil 4:13
Basketball Ring Necklace Phil 4:13
Basketball Ring Necklace Phil 4:13
Phil 4:13 Basketball Emoji Ring
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Basketball Ring Necklace Phil 4:13

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Basketball Ring Necklace Phil 4:13

Item RASKCHAIN - Basketball Ring Necklace Phil 4:13 that features a 24 inch stainless steel curb chain with basket ball pendant that can be worn as a ring that is made from stainless steel. This Ring pendant features about 8 etched emoji basketballs all themed around the phrase I CAN DO ALL THINGS from Philippians 4:13. Ring has a brushed metal Silver Stainless Steel finish with a Black Etched Basketballs with the scripture reference Phil. 4:13 printed real small on the inside of the ring.

Basketball Ring Necklace Phil 4:13 Details

  • 24 inch stainless steel curb chain
  • Hypo Allergenic
  • Item code RASKCHAIN
  • Ring Measures 8mm wide
  • BASKETBALL Ring that features 8 Emoji's
  • I CAN DO ALL THINGS from Philippians 4:13.
  • brushed metal finish with a
  • Laser Etched Emoji's
  • scripture reference Phil. 4:13 printed real small on the inside of the ring

The honor the game -Play like you been here before

Forgiven Jewelry loves all sports, we watch a lot of games... We notice some bad things with players, coaches, refs, owners ect ect... We want to set it straight, just in case you do not know. Honor the Game or don't play! We want you to try your hardest to win, not because you hate your competition, but because you want to play your best. I can do all things (Philippians 4:13) Always follow your heart "I will show respect for opposing coaches and teams"

The history of basketball in America

Back in 1891, the first game of basketball was played at Springfield College. The game was invented by a Canadian, Dr. James Naismith, a versatile athlete, theologian, and physical education instructor, who envisioned "the time when Christian people would recognize the true value of athletics." He designed basketball to occupy a class of disagreeable male students at the Springfield YMCA, who were bored with the calisthenics and children's games in their gym class.

Care and cleaning

To keep this item looking its best, keep away from concrete and cement or any other harsh chemicals as much as possible. Store in jewelry box when not in use. If polishing is ever needed, use soap and water and a soft cloth to bring it back to its original beauty

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