The Fey Tarot Deck Cards – 8 Dec 2004
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The Fey creatures, with their otherworldly air, inhabit our world through myth and story-and now....
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Another fine Deck I can highly recommend!
been spot on and very accurate. good for more experienced readers, as the Fey deck has very different interpretation from
the traditional Tarot, yet has the same symbolism. Very positive energy and joyful readings from these cards.
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The artwork is particularly interesting. Aghem drawing are cartoonish and slightly manga-like, seemingly penciled in pastels colors. Her imagery is charming, joyous, and elegant, fitting for this fairy themed tarot.
The cards are labeled in five languages. English label stands alone at the top right of the cards while Italian, French, German and Spanish are arranged in two columns at the bottom.
The Major Arcana are numbered with roman numerals, starting at 0 with The Fool, which are written at the top left corner of each card. A yellow line is used as a border. A few have been renamed: The High Priestess is The Seer, The Hierophant is The Wisest, Wheel of Fortune is the Wheel, and The Star is The Stars. Also, the artwork in these is quite loosen from the traditional imagery although it somewhat follows the Rider's tradition. For example, The Hanged Man portraits a winged fairy diving upside down, and The Lovers shows two elementals, a sitting male from earth and a floating upside down female from air, looking at each other.
The Minor Arcanas are numbered at the top left corner also. On these cards, green, blue, red, and purple lines are used as border for the suits of wands, chalices, swords, and pentacles. The artwork in these follow the same style as for the Major Arcana. The imagery usually includes a single figure from the suit such as a tree (wands), a chalice, a sword or a pentacle.
Of the Court Cards, the four knights are the most interesting because of their rides. The Knight of Wands rides a multi-colored bird. The Knight of Chalices rides a giant lobster. The Knight of Swords rides a white dragon. The Knight of Pentacles rides a rabbit.
I recommend this deck for collectors looking for nontraditional fairy themed tarot. This deck comes with a fitting box and a Little White Book.
Other decks by Minetti:
The Fey Tarot
Manga Mini tarot
The cardstock is great quality and the size is perfect. The artwork is just gorgeous and it's very easy for me to read into the cards.
I also have the companion book which is now sold separately. It's quite nice to get even more insight into the cards and the creation of the deck. Honestly, I don't use it very often because the cards are so "talkative".
This is my absolute favorite deck. (And I have quite a few).