Tata IPL Cricket trophy comprises of a player in a gold leafing. He is shown holding a bat in his hand, next to a map of India. On the map, the names of all the IPL teams have been engraved, symbolized by eight rubies. It took a team of as many as 14 craftsmen to make the trophy, with Mona Mehta as its chief designer. Every year, the winners of the IPL T20 tournament are presented with a replica of this trophy, along with the prize money.
Tata Indian Premier League Cricket trophy is said to be handcrafted, for a price that Lalit Modi did not reveal on its launch. An 'expensive' piece of art, it was crafted by Orra's design team. Orra diamond brand, owned by Antwerp-based RosyBlue Group, has a long-time relationship with BCCI. It also designed the trophy presented to Anil Kumble, by the BCCI, when the bowler made of record of having taken 600 Test wickets.