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Edwardian Garden Large Type Playing Cards - 2 Decks Included - Maisonette Shop
Edwardian Garden Large Type Playing Cards - 2 Decks Included - Maisonette Shop
Edwardian Garden Large Type Playing Cards - 2 Decks Included - Maisonette Shop

Edwardian Garden Large Type Playing Cards - 2 Decks Included

Regular price
$18.00
Sale price
$18.00

Our jumbo type playing cards come in sets of two beautiful coordinating decks. Featuring designs from museums and artist around the world, they are as beautiful on display as they are in use. Pair them with our acrylic card holder to keep them out on your coffee table or in guest rooms. Our easy to read cards make beautiful gifts for bridge players and are a lovely piece to include in your next bridge party.

Adapted from an original textile in the Musée de L'Impression sur Étoffes, Mulhouse, these graceful flowers transport you to the French countryside on a sunny day.

Dimensions: 2.25" x 3.5" Cards

  •  Packaged in gold gift box for easy giving and storage.
  • This set of two decks features coordinating designs and large font for easy reading.
  • Includes 2 Standard Card Decks
Caspari maintains a philosophy of presenting a wide selection of designs from world renowned museums and independent artists ranging in style from traditional to contemporary. Throughout the product line, Caspari showcases unique and lovely artwork and product designs inspired by fine art, textiles, ceramics, and interior design.
Musee De L'Impression
In 1833, a group of textile manufacturers based in and around Mulhouse, France formed the “Societé Industrielle” to collectively archive the designs they produced. In order to complement their own personal collections they added designs from other countries, and from earlier times. This collection grew in importance to become what is today the premier collection of printed textiles in the world. The original purpose of this design collection was to inspire artists and designers of the time by introducing them to new and different patterns and styles. This long established history of sharing ideas continues today in the form of exhibitions, publications, demonstrations of hand and machine printing techniques, and creative workshops for children and adults.