New WSOP Bracelet Designed by Jason of Beverly Hills

May 21, 2012

Jason Arasheben, jewelry designer, has been chosen by the World Series of Poker organization to design the new WSOP Main Event bracelet for 2012, as well as 66 additional championship bracelelts that will be awarded through the WSOP and WSOP Europe.

“Jason of Beverly Hills” has become the gold standard for jewelry design for sports and entertainment celebrities. He has designed two world championship rings for the LA Lakers as well as custom jewelry for stars like Rihanna, Justin Bieber, Diddy, and Katy Perry. Athletes Dwayne Wade, Matt Kemp, and LeBron James have also sported one-of-a-kind, lavish diamond masterpieces by Arasheben.

Jason of Beverly Hills has promised to produce the best yet to celebrate 2012 WSOP victors. Executive Director of the WSOP Ty Stewart says, “Blinger is Better. Jason grasped the heritage of WSOP bracelets, but was only interested if he could take it up several notches. This is a trophy that truly embodies the promise of today’s WSOP—seemingly unthinkable dreams are dealt each year. I challenge anyone to keep a poker face when they see this bracelet in person.”

After studying at UCLA, Arasheben began perfecting the art of jewelry making, and his talent and hard work earned him worldwide recognition for his outlandish pieces that have become highly sought after by those looking to make a statement through expensive jewelry.

Jason of Beverly Hills says, “We are honored to have the opportunity to create this masterpiece for the World Series of Poker and it will go down as the most expensive piece of championship jewelry across all major sports. We will tour this bracelet in our Las Vegas and Beverly Hills boutique so the world can bear witness to this historic work of art.”

The WSOP Main Event bracelet will include a collection of hand-picked round cut diamonds of the highest quality with the four card suits in rubies and black diamonds. The bracelet will consist of more than 35 carats of flawless diamonds set in 160 grams of 14 karat gold. Now the most coveted bracelet in poker will be even more precious than ever before thanks to Jason Arasheben.


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