Celebrate the birth of a child with our beautiful Chinese zodiac birth certificates.

The Chinese zodiac birth certificates have been designed by artist Kordelya Zhan Sui Chi, an Archibald Prize finalist. Her designs combine Chinese design elements with each zodiac animal and iconic Australian flora.

These specially-designed birth certificates are decorative mementos.

They're not a legal document and can't be used for official purposes.

Each certificate is printed on archival quality paper and fits a standard frame size of 280mm x 355mm (11" x 14"). You can apply for a commemorative birth certificate when you order a standard birth certificate or when you register the birth.

Alternatively, choose from our range of Victorian and Australian-themed certificates.

Our range of Chinese zodiac commemorative certificates

 

Certificate Years

Image of Year of the Dog Chinese commemorative birth certificate

Year of the Dog

Years: 1922, 1934, 1946, 1958, 1970, 1982, 1994, 2006, 2018

Learn more about the Chinese zodiac Year of the Dog commemorative birth certificate.

Image of Year of the Pig Chinese zodiac commemorative birth certificate

Year of the Pig

Years: 1923, 1935, 1947, 1959, 1971, 1983, 1995, 2007, 2019

Learn more about the Chinese zodiac Year of the Pig commemorative birth certificate.

 

Certificates for the remaining zodiac years are being developed. BDM will release the full set to coincide with lunar new year 2020!

About Kordelya Zhan Sui Chi

Kordelya Zhan Sui Chi is an Archibald Prize artist well known for her portrait works in Australia.

Kody was born in Guangzhou, China. She graduated with a Bachelor of Arts from the Fine Arts Institute there. She wanted to explore the world and came to Australia in 1987. She journeys back home for up to five months a year, to reacquaint with the culture and to paint.

Kody’s talent comes in buckets, or paint cans. The 2008 Archibald entry of her son, Julius, made the top five. In the Doug Moran National Portrait Prize she has made the top five three times. She is also a sculptor, print maker and ceramic artist. She has also held exhibitions in her homeland.