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Playing Cards-Celtic Peacock


■ Peacock Design: The peacock was an admired symbol in Celtic culture that signified immortality. Celts also believed that the “eyes” in the peacock’s plumage gave the bird foresight into the future.
■ Celtic Knots: Decorating the cards are Celtic and Trinity knots. The infinite loops of Celtic knots were used by ancient Celts to symbolize the undying love they shared with loved ones. Trinity knots symbolize the significance of the number three.
■ Standard Deck: This playing card set comprises 4 suits (club, spade, heart, and diamond), each with 13 ranks.
■ Dimensions: The cards in this set have dimensions of 9.7 cm H x  6.7 cm W ( 4"" H x 2 3/4"" W).


Keep a Celtic theme of culture going in your home right down to the card games with family and friends with this Celtic Peacock Playing Card Set! This set consists of a standard deck of 52 cards with four suits: the club, spade, heart, and diamond. Each suit consists of the standard thirteen ranks: 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, Jack, Queen, King, and Ace. Adding a decorative Celtic touch to these cards is a prominent peacock on the front in shades of blue, red, and yellow. The peacock was revered by Celts and used as a symbol of immortality.

Celts also believed that the eye-like patterns on the peacock’s feathers allowed the bird to see the future. Complementing the peacock are Trinity knots in the corners that signified the number of 3 for Celts, as well as Celtic knots whose infinite loops represented eternal love. These cards have dimensions of 9.7 cm H x 6.7 cm W ( 4" H x 2 3/4" W) and make a great souvenir or gift for anyone who admires Celtic culture!