10. Wimbledon Women's Singles Championship Rosewaster Dish

5-time champ Venus Williams has said the women's dish is better than the men's cup (also awarded at Wimbledon) and we agree. The 19-inch sterling silver salver was made in England in 1864, and the decorations on it are highly mythological, with the goddess Sophrosyne as it's centerpoint. Surprisingly, the dish is a copy of a plate from the 1500s made by a German artist whose design sits behind glass in the Louvre. Unfortunately for Venus, her sister Serena, and all other women's singles champions, Wimbledon doesn't loan out the dish for the year to the winner. Instead, winners are given a small replica along with the prize money.