Your sapphire birthstone is said to bring truth, loyalty, and clarity of thought! Order today!
Your coin features a Swarovski® crystal that represents the month's birthstone, the sapphire! Scintillating with the intensity of a blue summer sky, the sapphire brings peace of mind and a sense of calmness to the beholder. September's birthstone is believed to offer protection from envy, harm and ill health, while bringing truth, loyalty and clarity of thought.
The perfect birthday gift for someone born in September! Order today!
NINTH COIN IN 12-COIN SERIES! Your coin is the ninth in the monthly series that combines complex engraving, selective colour and a gem-toned crystal for a sparkling celebration of each birth month!
FEATURES A GENUINE SWAROVSKI® CRYSTAL! Each coin features a genuine Swarovski®crystal that represents each month's birthstone and its colour.
STUNNING COLOUR! Selective colour extends the celebration to the engraved elements emanating from your coin's centre.
BEAUTIFULLY ENGRAVED! The mandala's layered pattern is beautifully engraved in outstanding detail—including the mid-relief lotus that naturally draws your eye!
INCLUDES SERIALIZED CERTIFICATE! The Royal Canadian Mint certifies all of its collector coins.
LOW MINTAGE! Limited to 4,000 coins worldwide.
PURE SILVER! Your coin is crafted from 99.99% pure silver.
Designed by Pandora Young, your coin presents a cross-cultural celebration inspired by the ancient tradition of Indian mehndi. A symmetrical arrangement of highly ornate shapes and symbols form a 12-point radial pattern that reflects the calendar year. A prominent henna motif—the lotus—is among the finely detailed elements that emanate from the centre, where a colourful Swarovski® crystal represents the September birthstone, sapphire. A selective application of colour complements the stone, while the playful contrast between soft and vivid tones highlights the layered complexity of the engraved artistry. The obverse features the effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II by Susanna Blunt.
Did you know...
A blue sapphire's colour can range from light to dark greenish or a deep violet-blue; but as a corundum type of gem, sapphires can actually occur in all kinds of colour—except red.
Sapphires are found throughout Southeast Asia.
In the Middle Ages, the clergy wore sapphires as a symbol for heaven while commoners thought it attracted blessings.