Lace is a noble symbol. Originally obtained by twisting yarns which later evolved into a core for weaving. Lace works are generally undertaken by one person independently, making each lace unique.
Produced by BOCOPO, Dentelle (which translates to lace in French) playing cards inherit the craftsmanship of European lace craftsmen, and arrive housed within a tuck case covered with a sleeve of hollow craft lace.
Inspired by French aristocratic style, the back design is reminiscent of oil paintings and features a symmetrical pattern of dots and lines which is actually a metaphor for lace. Court cards have been adapted to coincide with the deck's theme and employ a hollowing technique, using the back design as a base layer to create the illusion of depth.
Limited to 2,500 and printed by The United States Playing Card Company on Classic Stock with Air-Cushion Finish.