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First Look: LUXX Palme Playing Cards by JP Playing Cards



Continuing the series of luxury playing cards, Palme is the second design in JP Playing Cards' stunning LUXX series. Designed by Rick Davidson, creator of the beautiful Origins Cards, Palme is a deck inspired by the beautiful Paisley pattern, which has roots and heritage across the globe.

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The Palme backs features full-bleed, borderless design, giving this deck a unique look and style which is carried through the deck and onto the tuck. The eye-catching tuck box features a wrap-around design and embossing complete with matte foiled LUXX logo. We asked Paul Middleton what was the inspiration behind Palme and how did he end up working with Rick,
Paisley was a design I’ve always enjoyed and I believed it would inspire a beautiful deck. There was only one choice for the designer really, I've got a pretty good relationship with Rick and he stood out as the perfect person to move the series on. I’m glad he said yes because he’s more with the theme and concept than I thought possible. We’re incredibly excited to see the reception that this deck when it’s our there with our customers!

With the design, what does this mean for the future of LUXX? Paul continued,
We’d always intended for LUXX to be a series of decks, but it wasn’t clear early on exactly how that would be achieved. I wanted to create a brand which was synonymous with luxury, whilst being decks which people actively use. Randy’s beautiful work on the original first and shadow editions meant that I wanted to ensure that the next design in the series was suitably different at the same time as carrying those brand characteristics.

A Limited Edition of 2000 of each colour printed on Elite Finish by the Legends Playing Card Company, a similar finish to Classic which has increased durability and a slightly different texture.

Palme will be available for pre-order beginning on Friday, October 2nd. To find out more about LUXX Palme Playing Cards or to pre-order, visit JP Playing Cards.

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