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1 oz. Ultra-High Relief 99.999% Pure Gold Coin – Purely Brilliant Collection: Forevermark Black Label Oval – Mintage: 350 (2021)

1 oz. Ultra-High Relief 99.999% Pure Gold Coin – Purely Brilliant Collection: Forevermark Black Label Oval – Mintage: 350 (2021)

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Mintage: 350
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Ships Dec-23-2021
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Ultra high relief, ultra pure gold and a diamond that represents the height of elegance—order today!

The third gem in our Purely Brilliant collection! A fashionable oval cut diamond is one of the most sparkling cuts of all and a true showstopper, especially on this exquisite 99.999% pure gold coin. With any oval cut diamond, the gem’s radiance is augmented by its elongated shape. And on this coin, the unmatched beauty of a 0.24 carat Forevermark Black Label oval diamond is further heightened by Ultra High Relief (UHR) engraving, which lifts the embedded stone and brings it closer to the light for maximum sparkle.

A gorgeous diamond-and-gold combination that is the epitome of sophistication. Order today!

Special features:
  • OVAL CUT DIAMOND! An OVAL cut diamond adds sparkle to the third coin in our Purely Brilliant collection. In partnership with Canada’s premier diamantaire, Crossworks Manufacturing, each coin in the Purely Brilliant collection features a Forevermark Black Label diamond in a patented cut that unleashes the spectacular beauty and fire within.
  • THREE LUXURY FEATURES! Your coin combines three of the most luxurious coin features in one unforgettable design:
    • A 0.24-carat Forevermark Black Label diamond;
    • 99.999% (five nines) pure gold, the height of gold purity; and
    • Ultra High Relief (UHR) engraving for a design with unparalleled height and depth.
  • THE FOREVERMARK PROMISE! Marked by the promise of superior beauty, utmost purity and responsible sourcing, each Forevermark diamond adds maximum clarity, brilliance and light to your collection.
  • A CANADIAN DIAMOND! Like the square (2019) and round (2020) cut diamonds featured on previous Purely Brilliant coins, this piece’s oval cut diamond centrepiece was unearthed at the Victor Diamond Mine in Northern Ontario.
  • ULTRA-REFINED GOLD! Your coin is meticulously crafted in 1 oz. 99.999% pure gold (five nines)—the ultimate in gold purity and refined luxury.
  • A RARE GEM! Only 350 of these jewellery-inspired, diamond-and-gold masterpieces will be available worldwide.
  • TWO CERTIFICATES OF AUTHENTICITY! Your coin comes in a wooden case packaged in a graphic beauty box. You also get TWO serialized certificates of authenticity: one from the Royal Canadian Mint, and one for the diamond provided by Crossworks Manufacturing.

Design:
The reverse design by Chris and Rosina Reid of Three Degrees Creative is inspired by the 0.24 carat Forevermark Black Label oval cut diamond centrepiece. The engraved arrangement is an artistic interpretation of the diamond’s light performance and features rising layers of geometric shapes engraved in ultra high relief (UHR). The obverse features the effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II by Susanna Blunt.

What struck us most about the oval-cut diamond was the exquisite contrast of a smooth, curving outer shape with a complex interior filled with geometric angles and shapes. In many ways, it reminded us of how we view a cherished memory: each one is precious and self-contained, but also filled with many thoughts and emotions that manifest at different times.” - Chris and Rosina Reid of Three Degrees Creative, Artists

“It is privilege to be able to work with the Royal Canadian Mint and bring to life another collector coin with a Forevermark Black Label diamond. Each diamond is carefully handcrafted and polished to maximize the brilliance of every facet. The continued collaboration between Crossworks Manufacturing and the Royal Canadian Mint has led to another true masterpiece—a coin that is not only one of a kind, but a true work of art that features the most beautiful, rare and responsibly sourced diamond.” - Itay Ariel, HRA Group/Crossworks Manufacturing

Sculpting this coin was like putting together a puzzle, and the hardest part was getting the edges of all the angled planes to line up. Looking at the master tooling, I’m quite pleased with the way the facets catch the light as you move it around, and I hope collectors enjoy that same element on their coin.”  - Samantha Strath, 3D Artist/Engraver


Did you know?
  • While oval-shaped diamonds have existed for centuries, the oval diamond cut was only developed in the mid-20th century. Many consider its elongated form to represent the longevity of a relationship.

Packaging:
Your coin is encapsulated and presented in a Royal Canadian Mint-branded wooden case with a graphic beauty box.

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© Forevermark 2021. Forevermark ® are Trade Marks used under license from De Beers Group.

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Specifications

  • No.201981
  • Mintage350
  • Composition99.999% pure gold
  • Finishproof
  • Weight (g) 33.17
  • Diameter (mm) 30
  • Edgeserrated
  • Certificateserialized
  • Face value200 dollars
  • ArtistChris and Rosina Reid of Three Degrees Creative (reverse), Susanna Blunt (obverse)

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