I'm a fan of the Daveluy Lenormand (that came directly from Caitlín Matthews!)
Lenormand Oracle, the deck used in Rana George´s book (alhough it is large, so not for GT), I love it though, for it´s old-fashioned charm.It has large piquet card inserts, good for learning. Gilded Reverie Lenormand is maybe the most beautiful in a handy box.
Mysterious Lenormand is so sweet, with an animal on every card, painted in egg-tempera, and wih a book you buy on the side wih a meaning for every combination of the cards, and lots of good advice.No piquet-card references, but astrological references.
Blue Bird Lenormand is so beautiful, and has the piquecards with oil painings for court cards, and verses that make sense,that it was the only reason I started to study Lenormand. Look a the beauiful spaniel, and the heart!
hi, is i possible to use Lenormand Oracle for the house position due to the size of the deck?
I'm looking another deck to work 2 deck together. one of my deck , the bright side of clouds is opposite of other deck.
i will check those deck out. thank-you.
It is a classical deck but the drawings are harmonious and detailed, finely made; as well for the playing cards included (with medieval and renaissance characters in the depicted images).hi, what do you like about it?
It is a classical deck but the drawings are harmonious and detailed, finely made; as well for the playing cards included (with medieval and renaissance characters in the depicted images).
The verses in every card are in french, my native language.
I like the dondorf as well, but I find this deck more studied. The back of the cards is as well for my taste.
I think it is a whole!
ETA: well, I can't really say that the Daveluy is more studied than the Dondorf, this would be very unfair.
Actually I am a fan of the Daveluy, there is an irrational part in this, I admit it, it's a bit like to be a fan of such and such rock star