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Circe Invidiosa (6-pack Card)

Circe Invidiosa (6-pack Card)

John William Waterhouse


 Wholesale greeting cards featuring art by John William Waterhouse, the famous 19th century pre-raphaelite artist.

The rear of the card reads: Circe, an enchantress and goddess in Greek mythology, is shown hovering in the air, pouring poison into the pool below. In the pool is Scylla, Circe's romantic rival, being transformed into "a hideous monster" by Circe’s poison.

Card size: 5" x 7"

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  • The interior of the cards are blank.
  • Printed on FSC® (Forest Stewardship Council) approved card.
  • Envelope is made from recycled paper.
  • Outer wrapper is made from compostable corn/potato starch.

Pack size: 6

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