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56 internautes sur 57 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
A Total Beginner's, Non-Technical Opinion 27 novembre 2004
Par Moonchilde - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Although I have long been interested in the tarot, this is the first deck I've ever bought, and it was the deck itself which was responsible. It really drew me to it, from the first moment I saw it. It's visually rich and stunning, yet at the same time, for me at least, warm and welcoming. Looking at the individual cards, I can get lost in them. For whatever reason, they speak to me, and that is apparently the most important criteria for choosing a deck, or rather, letting a deck choose you. This one really did. For some odd reason, although the faces are computer-generated, they seem more real and 'human' to me than in many other traditionally created decks I've seen. They seem like real people, which I find fascinating. I almost expect some of them to pop off the page and come to life. To me,the 'machineries' the artist includes do not disrupt the intricate warmth of the figures and symbolism, but meld seamlessly and charmingly. I in no way felt this was a 'cold' or 'technological' deck because of the artist's inclusion of this aspect.

I was also glad that the illustrations are based on the Rider-Waite deck, because whatever books I might buy to help me learn to interpret the cards will be easily relatable to this deck's illustrations.

I am VERY pleased with the accompanying book. I had thought to buy several "Tarot for beginners" books right away, but there is a lot of wonderful, very thoughtful exercise material for rank beginners (which is certainly what I am) which seems to me to be excellent grounding not only in this deck but any deck. I'm sure I will buy other books eventually, but this one seems perfect for me right now, especially in terms of getting in touch with the cards on a very personal level, which of course is the basis for successful readings. Simply memorizing a lot of information, as tarot beginners must do, has seemed pretty daunting to me, but the exercises in the books are geared to making your associations personal and intuitive rather than simply rote, hence more logical and easier to retain.

This deck and its accompanying book have made me eager to get started learning!
38 internautes sur 38 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
main problem is the card stock 9 janvier 2012
Par Mojohobo - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
I bought a Gilded tarot a few years ago. After just a few uses, the black borders already started to fray. I believe that is what everyone is complaining about. A few years later, I decided to buy a deck again, but just for collecting purposes... even just looking at the freaking cards makes the borders fray, so I decided to just use the cards until the die out on me which won't take long. I'm guessing the other decks Ciro makes are the same, based on the similar reviews on his other products. Such great art but whyyyyy with the crappy card material? At least create the material to make it last long for crying out loud.
31 internautes sur 32 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Stunning art work - card stock cheap fell apart within a month of use 15 juin 2012
Par R. K. Kerber - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
I was originally excited to get this deck
I only buy a new deck once a year

within a month of regular non daily use the card stock frayed at the edges of two cards

the cards are smaller than the average Rider Waite deck size

two strikes against this deck other than a novelty to look at the art
my suggestion find the images of Ciro's art work online
but dont buy this particilair deck

and defintely not to be used with a client
I feel disappointed
albeit the deck and book was only 16 dollars
Iam left wanting for a larger fuller size to the art and cards
the cards are flimsy and well just cheap to the feel and to handle them

my suggestion go to Ciro's site and check out the Gilded Tarot Royale
from what Ive read the cards and card stock are of a noble thicker stock
and the cards size is larger thus relishing the true beauty of each image
I do not reccomend getting this deck
its falling apart after less than a month !!
waste of time - waste of money
I want my money back
73 internautes sur 84 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Visually Stunning, But Lacks Symbolic And Intuitive Depth 26 mars 2005
Par Janet Boyer - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Featuring vibrant images that straddle worlds mechanical and magical, as well as ancient and futuristic, The Gilded Tarot is a visually sumptuous deck created by award-winning digital artist Ciro Marchetti. Modeled after the Rider-Waite deck, the cards follow the traditional renderings of both the Major and Minor Arcana. Polished metal, silken garments and ethereal space-scapes unite to tell the time-honored tale of the Tarot.

The Minor Arcana is fully illustrated, and just as much care has been taken in their rendering as with the Majors. I always enjoy seeing this in a deck, especially since the Minors are often treated as an afterthought. The outer edging of the cards is black, while a golden bejeweled frame encloses the central image. The jewel-like accoutrements are color-coded thusly: Black for the Majors, blue for the Swords, green for the Pentacles, red for the Wands, and orange for the Cups.

The 150-page companion book by Barbara Moore provides solid interpretations for each card, and is especially good for Tarot novices. Upright and reversed meanings are not addressed separately, but rather, the messages and challenges inherent in each card are woven together as one. A black organdy pouch is also included in this box set, which is a nice addition.

Visually speaking, The Gilded Tarot is the most stunning deck I've seen (except for Ciro's upcoming Tarot of Dreams!) I'm a big fan of high-tech, ethereal images, and this one delivers. It's a deck that belongs in every Tarot collection, in my opinion. As far as reading the cards, though, several aspects are wanting. Firstly, the insertion of random astrological symbols-or the entire Zodiac itself-is a bit distracting. It's obvious that Ciro is a Tarot novice, and this manifests itself into the cards. Decks that are created/illustrated by Tarot readers carry a depth to them that's hard to translate into words-but is felt by those who read the cards. The Quest Tarot, Golden Tarot, DruidCraft Tarot, and Oracle Tarot come to mind as examples of decks created by enthusiasts/readers who either illustrate the decks themselves, or who work closely with the artist to bring about their vision.

So while the images are slick, there is a lack of depth to The Gilded Tarot, in my opinion. The High Priestess, for example, features a lithe, masked acrobat draped in gossamer fabric. She floats above the water, head bent backwards with eyes closed, and stars sparkle from her cap. While this is a gorgeous image, it brings very little to a reading. In the companion book, Moore does a great job at trying to interpret the image in the context of possible card meanings. But when it's all said and done, the cards themselves must speak on their own for successful reading. And while I love looking at this deck, I've yet to receive a flood of intuitive information from their images, let alone solid, clear Guidance when consulting them for meditation or insight.

Another issue I have with this deck is that The Fool looks just like George W. Bush. No, I am not joking. In fact, I thought Ciro did this on purpose. When I asked him about it, he assured me that was not his intention in the least. But it's rather hard to take this deck seriously when The Fool-the soul of the Tarot-looks so much like the President of the United States!

Perhaps you will be able to read with this deck-who knows? At the very least, The Gilded Tarot is beautiful deck that offers vibrant images rendered by a highly skilled artist. It's obvious that Ciro loves what he does, and takes great care with his work. However, when it comes to intuitive reading, gorgeous images alone aren't enough.

(To see 6 card images from this deck, visit the Reviews--Decks section at [...])

Janet Boyer, author of The Back in Time Tarot Book: Picture the Past, Experience the Cards, Understand the Present (coming Fall 2008 from Hampton Roads Publishing)
22 internautes sur 23 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Beautiful, classy and classic 5 février 2005
Par debhuishmac - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
This deck is visually stunning, and is currently my favorite deck. Symbolically it has depth, without being overbearing, or "guiding" too much. Since I am fairly eclectic in my reading style, I go much more for with the feel of a card and my gut, rather than any traditional meanings. Yet, this deck can please both types of readers. Everyone (highly traditional and not) who has seen this deck has wanted their own copy.
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