2013 Boston Red Sox World Series Championship RingGo Back
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Advancing to the 2013 World Series, the Red Sox defeated the National League champion St. Louis Cardinals in six games, to capture the franchise’s eighth championship overall and third in ten years. The Red Sox became the second team to win the World Series the season after finishing last in their division; the first had been the 1991 Minnesota Twins. Amazing postseasons offensively from David Ortiz and Jacoby Ellsbury helped lead the way along with great pitching from Jon Lester, John Lackey and Jake Peavy.
In 2013, many were awarded a World Series Championship ring for their contributions to the organization. Jostens stepped up their game with this ring as they relay to it’s recipients:
“This was way more than baseball. This was a championship season, played for your team and for all of Boston. You rallied. You cheered. You helped bring the Commissioner’s Trophy to Fenway Park just when the city needed it most. Stronger each game, the Red Sox emerged as World Series Champions and all of Boston won.”
This ring was from their One Silver Elite series. The top of the ring reads, “Boston Red Sox World Champions” and is enhanced with 126 round cubic zirconias. In the center of the ring are 16 synthetic baguette-cut sapphires surrounding the Commissioner’s Trophy. The trophy is set on top of a man-made blue spinel tablet stone. On the top of the trophy is the Boston Red Sox logo set with nine synthetic rubies on top of the ring. Below the logo is the year 2013. The left shank features a circular Boston Strong logo. The B is filled with red enamel. Below the logo is the year 2013. The right flank features the recipient’s name, “Anthony M. Dowden”. Below the name is the likeness of Fenway Park. Below that is Red Sox. The interior of the ring features an arbor with an image of a bearded man and the engraving, “BEARDED BROTHERS 10-30-13.” It is size 13 and weighs in at 59 grams in Silver Elite.
The original custom box is also included with the detailing etched into the top portion and his name below – ANTHONY M. DOWDEN. When the box is opened, LED lights highlight the ring centered by a magnetic holder.
Authentication: Josten’s original paperwork and with warranty and appraisal.