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Black Tulip Playing Cards Now on Kickstarter


Almost a year ago the Dutch Card House Company introduced the Dark Blue, Light Blue, and Orange Tulip Playing Cards. A Dutch heritage of luxury playing cards crafted for both cardists and card collector, to salute the most famous Dutch folklore jewel, The Tulip!


Now they are back with a new deck of cards in the series of Tulip Playing Cards to tribute the rarest and difficult to breed Tulip, the Black Tulip! For centuries, Dutch Tulip growers labored to find or breed this exclusive flower. In nature, it is very difficult to breed black varieties! A tulip of this hue is exceedingly rare, and in the Netherlands, where about $150 million worth of tulip bulbs and $100 million in cut tulips are produced a year, the tulip's potential profits are significant, a true Black Tulip will be the absolute masterpiece!


The back of the Black Tulip sports an intense black with symbolic eye-catching Tulip and floral details, placed in an ornamental way to create traditional-looking playing cards. For an extra glamorous look, Metallic Silver Ink accents have been added to several design elements on the back.


Meanwhile, the face cards have been enhanced to fit the overall theme of the deck, this time in a black/white colorway. To give the court cards the attention they deserve, they are also dressed up with the same Silver Metallic Ink used on the card backs.


The pips are customized and for the font, they used an old Dutch writing style. The custom Ace of Spades with Silver Metallic Ink is the crown jewel of the deck.

Like the previous Tulips, the Black Tulip tucks will be embossed and comes adorned in shiny Silver Foil on Black matte paper stock. They tuck has been redesigned and now the back is richly decorated with the embossed Tulip pattern.


The deck will be printed by USPCC on air cushion embossed card finish and currently funding on Kickstarter. For the stretch goal (€ 9000), the Dutch Card House Company will add the Tulip Playing Cards deck with a beautiful aubergine, eggplant color.

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Black Tulip Playing Cards Now on Kickstarter Reviewed by Ivan on 2/13/2020 Rating: 5

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