The Old English rhyme, "Something Olde, Something New, Something Borrowed, Something Blue, is a favorite of brides around the world who collect these good luck tokens for their wedding day.
It’s also a fitting way to describe the Radiant Wise Tarot.
Because this deck was first created by Arthur Edward White and Illustrated by Pamela Colman Smith in 1909.
This is a new version with re colorized cards: just released in July 2019. The deck comes packaged in a hard keepsake box and includes a guidebook
This RWS deck by Lo Scarabeo assumes the original Pamela Coleman smith line art. This artwork is popular for a reason - It makes the Tarot immediately accessible to the beginner, but seasoned users appreciate the way the artwork and symbols reveal new and deeper meanings year after year.
Because Blue hues are a predominant feature of the deck. This coloration evokes a lovely sense of dusk. The colors come alive as if each card was kissed by the last rays of the setting sun.
This deck is a delight to use and a perfect tool for divination, enlightenment, guidance and empowerment.
- Size 3 x 5 x 2 IN
- 78 Cards
- Companion booklet
- Author: Arthur Edward White
- Artist: Line art by Pamela Colman Shith
- Colors by Barbara Nosenzo
- Texts by Sasha Graham