Purling London’s Luxury Playing Cards Purling’s luxury Limited Edition Playing Cards are assembled in London and bring a contemporary twist to the classic English pattern. Silver gilt-edging and hot pink hearts are the first elements you notice.
Most contemporary playing cards are printed in the United States, but we’re bucking that trend. “Made in the U.S.A” rarely made it up to our standards for playing card quality, so we decided to source our printers more discriminately, based on merit rather than geography. As a result, our decks last longer and are of unprecedented quality.
We at MPC have 7 different professional playing cards grade card stocks for you to choose from. 7 paper stock and 1 100% plastic stock all of which are sourced from leading industrial paper manufacturers who stock the best and highest quality playing card stock used for top retail card games.
Quality Playing Cards Our playing cards are renowned amongst Bridge players for the quality and durability. Browse our wide selection of exclusive designs and discover why our wonderful customers come back for more!
We use high quality card stock of up to 300gsm to ensure the a quality finish. Customise your card finish by choosing from our matt or gloss options. White individual envelopes are provided for all our card ranges, including sets of flat cards and note cards.
Card holders, duplicate boards and trump indicators are all available here at Richmond Bridge. Cardholders are ideal for young children and also for people who have injured their hand or arm or find it difficult to hold their cards due to illness or injury.
Emporium with Large Index Faces. The playing cards Emporium with Large Index Faces have been specially developed for bridge players wanting bigger print cards. These low vision cards are perfect for games of bridge with players who need extra visible cards. Also they are great for regular players because they’re so easy to read.
Before playing cards came along, people found it much harder to lose money quickly, and it was nearly impossible for magicians to read your mind. Luckily, that all changed around the 9th century C.E., when Chinese inventors came up with the concept of woodblock printing.