Spotted During Superbowl Week:

Alvin Scioneaux, L.A. Chargers Linebacker, Holds an MB&F Timepiece from Stephen Silver Fine Jewelry, at the JUMP Global Technology Advisors Charity Event with NFL Players Association and United Champions for Change



LA Chargers’ Alvin Scioneaux, Other NFL Greats with Stephen Silver Fine Jewelry at the United Champions for Change Super Bowl LVI Celebrity Golf Tournament.

Alvin Scioneaux with an MB&F Legacy Machine Split Escapement Timepiece in Titanium and Green from Stephen Silver Fine Jewelry.

Stephen Silver Fine Jewelry exhibited the rare $77,000 timepiece in Los Angeles for the event alongside a selection of fine timepieces and upscale jewelry. The company is one of few timepiece salons in the country to specialize in highly collectible timepieces from leading independent watchmakers like MB&F, Urwerk, Ressence, Laurent Ferrier, Roger Dubuis, and more.

Former Miami Dolphin Will Poole visits Stephen Silver Fine Jewelry during Super Bowl LVI Week Silicon Valley luxury jeweller Stephen Silver, together with GBK Brand Bar and the NFL Players Association welcomed NFL greats to the United Champions Super Bowl LVI Celebrity Golf Brookside Golf Club in Pasadena, California.

Produced by JUMP Global Technology Advisors and spearheaded by Super Bowl champion and President of the NFL Alumni Association, Southern California Chapter James Washington, as well as Walter Thurmond III of the Seattle Seahawks, the February 9th event united NFL players, friends, and participants to chip in and support Shelter 37, a charitable organization dedicated to helping at-risk Southern Californian youth.

Renowned athletes and personalities were spotted throughout the event, including TJ Ward, Golden Tate, Chris Hale, Will Poole, Adrian Ross, and CBS sportscaster Jim Hill, all of whom visited Stephen Silver Fine Jewellery on-site to experience the upscale Silicon Valley jeweller’s selection of original jewellery designs and rare timepieces from the likes of MB&F, BVLGARI, and more.

Several friends from the NBA were also spotted, including champion Chicago Bulls players Robert Horry, Horace Grant, and Craig Hodges.