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Handcrafted in 18-karat gold, this Per Aspera Ad Astra: Through Challenges to The Stars miniature coin edge crest medallion is set with a pave star directly at the center and flanked with a crown and laurel leaves. The interlocking laurel leaf branches are a historic emblem that signifies accomplishment and glory. The Laurel leaf is an evergreen which adds additional meaning, indicating that the achievement is an unfading glory. Stars represent energy & divine guidance, and the crown represents triumph.

Comes with an oval annex link to build a mini-story.

Details
  • Handcrafted in 18-karat gold
  • Engraved with per Aspera ad Astra beloved on the back
  • Medallion measures 12mm
  • Diamond total .12 carat
  • Includes oval annex link allowing you to add the crest to any necklace

Handcrafted in 18-karat gold, this Per Aspera Ad Astra: Through Challenges to The Stars miniature coin edge crest medallion is set with a pave star directly at the center and flanked with a crown and laurel leaves. The interlocking laurel leaf branches are a historic emblem that signifies accomplishment and glory. The Laurel leaf is an evergreen which adds additional meaning, indicating that the achievement is an unfading glory. Stars represent energy & divine guidance, and the crown represents triumph.

Comes with an oval annex link to build a mini-story.

  • Handcrafted in 18-karat gold
  • Engraved with per Aspera ad Astra beloved on the back
  • Medallion measures 12mm
  • Diamond total .12 carat
  • Includes oval annex link allowing you to add the crest to any necklace

Per Aspera ad Astra

This piece is derived from the Dream Tenet. Dream forward. We can actualize our dreams. Below are the symbols and their meanings. Through Challenges to the Stars.



  • Laurels The interlocking laurel leaf branches are a historic emblem that signifies accomplishment and glory.
  • Crown The crown signals the achievement of the dream.
  • Star The star represents energy & divine guidance.
Learn more about the different tenets