Conceiving a silver coin of this nature entailed challenges of its own kind. Superior craftsmanship and an unrelenting pursuit for perfection necessitated the fabrication of a perfectly circular silver base, which has been embossed with a coterie of elements of an eclectic nature. For instance, straddling the coin are engravings that spread radially outwards. The radial engravings, which are quite prominent in the form of motifs in a variety of classical Indian architectural paradigms, bolster the elegant sheen of the coin and render it impervious to tepidity. Furthermore, straddling the upper edges of the coin is the Devanagiri inscription in the form of “Shubh Labh”, whereas a ginormous Swastika emerges gracefully in the geometric center of the inscription.
What sets this coin apart from workaday, insipid offerings are the fastidious attention to detail in the conception of the figures of Laxmi and Ganesh. Mounted effortlessly on their respective steads, the two stalwarts of Hinduism exude an air of optimism, unrelenting vigour, and the fortitude of mankind. Traits of this nature morph this coin into a very fine classical offering. Abutting the reverential figures are a variety of incongruous elements strewn across the surface in the form of a rat fondly peeking its head towards Ganesh and trays and platters of a ritualistic nature. Laxmi is witnessed mounted on a very elegant foliage of lotus, the characteristics of which have been replicated with undying finesse.
Straddling the bottom of the two figures are abstract floral elements, the likes of which are usually found in articles of the Renaissance Revival style. This silver coin bears a chiliadal fineness of 925, and is duly hallmarked. Be it baby showers, wedding ceremonies and anniversaries, birthdays, or festivals such as Dussehra or Diwali, this silver coin is suitable for gifting for all such occasions.