…is the price of a Gilded Age grand couture Valentine’s card. The cost includes the use of your own poet, but what else does your sweetheart get for your money?
Each card is unique – hand inked and painted using a palette of handground pigments including rich blues of Lapis Lazuli, brilliant greens of Malachite. The paper is authentic calf vellum, which was used in illuminated texts of the Rennaissance period.
It’s gilded in
23k gold then embellished with diamonds and cabochons of rubies and emeralds.
Can’t think of your own romantic
message? Don’t worry. A specially commissioned poet will pen your heartfelt words on the tassel bound the pages inside, leaving room for your signature.
You don’t need an
envelope. The card comes in a handmade presentation box covered in couturequality silk finished with fine gold embroidery. Your beloved also gets an engraved, signed document, containing the edition number and information about the making of the card. For more designs, visit www.gilded agegreetings.com