The Chicago Cubs were presented with their World Series Championship rings last night prior to their game against the Dodgers, just two days after raising their 2016 championship banner at Wrigley Field.

Each ring, which represents the first in Cubs history, is loaded with 108 diamonds commemorating the 108-year title drought as well as an image of the infamous billy goat which has "cursed" the franchise since 1945.

Per the team's press release, the championship bling is made from 14-karat white gold and features a red Cubs logo made from 33 custom-cut genuine red rubies, surrounded by 72 round white diamonds, all within a circular perimeter made up of 46 custom-cut, genuine blue sapphires.

Check out some more detailed shots in the gallery above.