Pine Crane Playing Cards by Solokid
Pine and crane have contained auspicious meaning since ancient times. The main vision of this deck is a hollow silhouette of a longevity pine tree, greeted with leafy posture; around patches of auspicious clouds stretch, white crane wings; red, blue, white, and gold Chinese wind color matching, deduce the classical and fashionable style.
The primary color of the back of the card still follows the navy blue of the box, surrounded by golden lines. The two cranes fly around with pine branches as the center, forming the bidirectional symmetry of Taichi Yin and Yang.
The face card uses many crane elements, a symbol of noble elegance. The characters on the court cards are dressed in charming Chinese robes, holding dust, lotus flowers, and gourds, with a fairy charm.
Printed by USPCC with the air-cushion finish and limited to 2,500 decks.