Tostitos Fiesta Bowl
The Tostitos Fiesta Bowl Trophy was designed by Molina Fine Jewelers in 2002 for its unveiling at the 2003 Tostitos Fiesta Bowl National Championship Game, and has since become a primary addition to many Festival events.
The Fiesta Bowl trophies construction and significance is quite remarkable: The inlaid compass on the base floor signifies the path in life we choose to lead. The players at the base of the trophy depict those that support the team, while the players at the top depict those that guard the ball. The curtain above the players is inscribed with the ancient Greek word NIKE, the goddess of Victory. The lotus flower-designed dome identifies the purity of strength, power and heart of the victors. The perfection of the diamonds on the football speaks of the remarkable dedication of the winning team to its sport.
The Fiesta Bowl trophy stands 46 inches high and weighs approximately 200 pounds. The base and platform are carved of marble and the football players are made of sterling silver. The center column is lapis with 18kt yellow, green, pink and white gold hand-carved relief of an Arizona sunset. The football that sits atop the trophy is 18kt gold with an enameled Fiesta Bowl logo and 38.6 karats of diamonds encrust the football stripes.
The Fiesta Bowl is thankful to Molina Fine Jewelers for their generous donation of this masterpiece trophy.
Fiesta Bowl Trophy Specifications:
- 46” tall x 15.5” at its widest point
- Weight: approximately 200 lbs.
- Base and platform are carved of marble
- Football players are sterling silver
- Center column is lapis with 19kt yellow, green, pink and white gold hand-carved relief Arizona sunset design
- Dome framework is sterling silver with windows created in jewelers enamel
- Football is 18kt gold with enameled Fiesta Bowl logo and diamonds are encrusted across the football stripe
- 1.828 - 1.70mm diamonds (38.6 carats) SI clarity, GH color
- Trophy is internally LED lit with illumination through the landscape, dome, Fiesta Bowl logo and the diamonds