Paulina Tarot [With Booklet] Cards – Jan 1 2009
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This is a delicate and romantic seventy-eight tarot deck with instruction book (LWB). The cards are packed with detail and every time you re-visit them you espy something new. It is charming, has a Victorian flair with a pinch of a gothic Mardi Gras for good measure. The deck contains much of the Rider-Waite-Smith symbolism. The artwork is in watercolour and is done in soft, muted shades and I like her use of colour and visual interest by using animals, birds and fish along with the fae.
I always feel I should be using a lace table cloth when I get out this deck as I have a feeling of stepping back into a time of whimsy and magic. It takes you to a place where Dragons and Pegasus fly and many other magical creatures live side by side, interacting with humans. She also liberally uses birds, butterflies, dragonflies, all in magical forest and woodland settings.
The deck is printed on a high quality cardstock and measure 4 '" tall x 2 '" wide, with a very narrow, white border. The backs are done in soft shades of beige and grey featuring beautiful birds in flight. They are reversible. The cards have the card number and title on the bottom of each. Strength is numbered 8 and Justice 11. The suits are standard: Wands, Cups, Swords and Pentacles.
The LWB contains forty-seven pages. The Majors are listed first and the Minors follow in suit order. There is a description for each card, as well as, traditional meanings for upright and reverse draws. There is a brief segment discussing the Art of Divination.Read more ›
The images speak for themselves and everyone can relate to them.
The card stock, the size, all are perfect.
The symbols are there and the feeling also pass easily.
I have a few decks I can use, but this one stays my favorite.
Paulina Cassidy is an amazing artist. I use this deck everyday and I still discover new elements!
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A gentle and pretty deck, bring out the fine china and linens. Nice to read, non-threatening for guests who aren't too sure about having their cards read.Published 17 months ago by Anne Cobb