Sun and Moon Cards

Two halves of a whole, and rich in symbolic meaning, renderings of the sun and moon by some of the best-known folk and tribal artists of India.

This set of beautiful handmade cards contains 10 blank cards – 5 each of the sun and moon – with envelopes, and comes in a specially crafted box. Each card has been silkscreen-printed on recycled paper at our sustainable print workshop, which employs, trains and nurtures young bookmaking artisans.

$ 25.00

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Weight 160.0 g
Dimensions 175 × 152 × 15 mm





200 gsm

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