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2010 Florida State Seminoles Ring Players Jamar Jackson COA Provenance Letter
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In 2010, the Seminoles were led by first-year head coach Jimbo Fisher and played their home games at Bobby Bowdan Field at Doak Campbell Stadium. They finished the season 10–4, 6–2 in ACC play, and won the Atlantic Division to earn a spot in the ACC Championship where they were defeated by Virginia Tech. They were invited to the Chick-fil-A-Bowl where they defeated South Carolina. The 2010 season marked the Seminoles’ first ten win season since 2003 and their first appearance in the ACC title game since 2005.
Jamar Jackson was a junior and played on the defensive line for the football team. At the end of the season, he received this ring as it was a parting gift from the memorable team. It is very rare indeed to get a former players ring as for most they have sentimental value and are passed down through family.
It is a gold plated cubic zirconia Seminoles ring. The central portion features an image of the coach Bobby Bowden. There is a pave set around the image with 22 round cut full cubic zirconia gemstones – ranging in size from 1 mm to 2.7 mm. Embossed on the top and bottom bezel is “SEMINOLES” and “FOOTBALL”. The channel set on the sides of the bezel features 18 princess cut cubic zirconia gemstones – each approx. 1.7mm. On one flank is “389 WINS”- “19 TEN WIN SEASONS” – “93 NATIONAL CHAMPIONS 99” – “29 STRAIGHT BOWLS” and “34 YEARS”. The other flank has “JACKSON” – “GATOR BOWL” and “55”. The inside of the ring is engraved “Jamar Jackson 2010”. The weight is 33.7 grams and is a size 12.
The provenance letter reads, “ This ring came directly from Jamar Jackson’s personal collection. I was dating Jamar Jackson during his time at Florida State including the year of 2010. Jamar Jackson game this ring to me as a gift and I have had it ever since he gave it to me.” – Alyzza Tarango
Authentication: Jeweler’s Appraisal, Provenance LOA, 100% Authentic Team