Golden Tarot review by Solandia
The Golden Tarot is a mix of the imagery of Visconti-Sforza, the Rider-Waite and some additions of its own. It has a very Renaissance feel in costume and decoration, and smooths the edges of the traditional symbolism to make a gentle, attractive tarot.
The first impressions of the deck are positive. It looks like a slick and polished set; the gold matte box matches the book with matches the backs of the cards. The outer box is extremely sturdy, with a slide-off side lid and the book and cards are held protectively inside. The cards are large - but not overly so, they’re big enough to show the illustration to good effect but still be easy to shuffle - at 13cm by 8cm and have a heavy gloss lamination.
In titling the deck follows the Rider-Waite outline – the suits are Cups, ... read all reviews
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