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The Chinese Fortune Reading Cards are a 36-card deck with images from Chinese mythology, cultural icons, everyday ephemera and magic. The deck offers clear and direct advice based on ancient Chinese philosophy and teachings.
Very pretty, traditional Oriental artwork is used in the Chinese Tarot, combined with a mix of Rider-Waite style and unique Tarot symbolism. Both the major and minor arcana have fully-illustrated cards. Now out of print.
The Chocolate Tarot is a full 78 card tarot deck based on the history and influence of chocolate throughout the world. The cards show its progression from discovery as an Aztec food until the present popularity in a range of styles and old-time advertisements. Finally - a tarot about chocolate.
The Chronicles of Destiny Fortune Cards is a set of 60 cards with fantasy art and a storytelling theme. The deck has an eclectic cast of characters and scenarios from stories, myths and legends - The Hero and The Heroine, Accepting the Quest, Pegasus, Downfall, and more. Packaged with a 208-page companion book.
The Chrysalis Tarot is a 78-card deck of luminous, detailed paintings with a Pagan feel and rich symbolism from author Toney Brooks and artist Holly Sierra. A beautiful and unique stand-alone deck, it takes a new and non-traditional approach to tarot, with new archetypes in the majors and new illustrations in the minors and court cards.
The Circadian Tarot is a print book written as as a daily companion for divination and illumination. The 78 printed card meanings are accompanied by 78 original watercolour tarot card images, and can be used as a bibliomantic oracle.
The Circle of Life Tarot is a round deck, so chosen to emphasise the concepts of circularity and cycles in life. The 78 unique illustrations depart from the usual symbolism, and are unconventional and imaginative Tarot journey.
The Clair de Lune Lenormand is an atmospheric 38-card deck, designed to give the feeling of being under the moonlight. The detailed and realistic illustrations were created using etching, and appear as yellow and blue line drawings on black backgrounds. It's a traditional Lenormand deck, and also includes extra Man and Lady cards.
The Classic Tarot is a reproduction of a Milanese deck, dated 1835. The art is pen-and-ink and somewhat unusually coloured in bright oranges, lime greens and pinks but is the overall effect is harmonious.
In the Clothespin Tarot, domestic and low-tech items take on human form in 78 detailed watercolour and pencil drawings. Self-published as a handmade collector's item, the set includes the deck, an 86-page companion book, and a Clothspin Freak sculpture, all in a cloth-bound slipcase. It's a limited edition of 50 sets.