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Bharata Tarot Major Arcana

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  • Custom illustrated 22 Major Arcana Cards (card sze: 63 X 88 mm) & 4 Page Cards inspired from traditional folk art forms
  • Sturdy tuck with embossing & silver foil, Tuck interior foiled with silver foil
  • High quality Casino Grade black core card stock sourced from Europe
  • Includes a 26 page booklet
  • Gold gilded edges

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Customer Reviews 5.0 out of 5 stars 3 customer reviews
Amazon Bestsellers Rank 27,593 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
Shipping Weight59 g
Date First Available11 February 2018

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One of the most beautiful & luxurious tarot decks out there. Funded on Kickstarter and now available on Amazon. Bharata Major Arcana Tarot deck - Specs >Fully custom illustrated cards based on Indian folk art forms >26 Poker size cards (63 X 88 mm) (22 Major Arcana Cards + 4 extra cards*) >Super sturdy & elegant tuckbox with embossing & silver foil >Interior foiling on tuckbox >Top quality European Casino Grade Card Stock with "Ornate" finish >Hand gilded edges with an antique gold look >Comes with a 26 page booklet >Produced by Guru Playing Card Company (GPCC), Doncaster East, Victoria, Australia >Extra cards: Four Page cards The illustrations are based on traditional Indian folk art forms, Kishangarh style & miniature paintings. Apart from the classic tarot meanings, symbolism found in folk art has also been used. In the back design and box elements of Indian Rajputana painting and architecture have been used.

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