NewMoonTarot

Hand Dyed Tarot Silks and Traditional Scrying Mirrors..

473 Sales

NewMoonTarot

Hand Dyed Tarot Silks and Traditional Scrying Mirrors..

473 Sales On Etsy since 2011

5 out of 5 stars
(208)

Announcement   Welcome...The women in our family have been creating hand dyed tarot silks, and traditional scrying mirrors for many generations. We are pleased to offer them to you here on Etsy...

History of Silk
China is the birthplace of silk. Sericulture (the raising of silkworms for silk production) has a history of over 6,000 years. Legend has it that Lady Hsi-Lin-Shih (wife of the Yellow Emperor Huangdi) was having tea under a mulberry tree when a cocoon fell into her cup. As she watched, the cocoon spun a strong white thread. She unwound the strand onto her finger, realizing that it could be used as weaving thread. Thus an industry was born. She taught her people how to raise silkworms, and later invented the loom. Silk production reached a high level of craftsmanship during the Shang Dynasty (1600BC-1046BC).

We have always purchased our silk from China, as it is and always has been the place to go for the highest quality of silk. Please be aware, that seeing a 'made in China' tag on silk, is a Good thing :) In our home, we HAND DYE the silks. We mix our own fiber reactive dyes, and beginning with white raw silk, we dye...

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As you enter this room, let the curtains fall behind you…Please sit, and feel the candle’s gentle flame touch the place in you where all things quietly stir.
Breath deeply, and listen…

I have been using the tarot since I was very young. The cards, and the Querrent are very familiar to me. I began reading for others 30 years ago, and have also been reading online for over 7 years.

There are many decks here to choose from, for your reading, and each has only been handled by myself. They are cleansed after each reading, to dispel the energy often left behind.

I am offering a variety of readings, and each one is very different from the others. As you look into each, listen carefully to your inner voice for guidance to the correct layout… for what you seek an answer to.
As we look over the layouts, I will explain carefully what it may encompass. But if you need help choosing, we will discuss it with you further.

Although most readers like to be provided with a question, I prefer that you ask silently. The less I know, the clearer your reading will be.
I am not a fortune teller…reading the tarot is a form of Divination, and my readings tend to speak to the inner self. Not always what one would like to hear, but be prepared…pleasant or unpleasant, you will be told what the cards are showing.
My readings are indepth, with line to Major Arcana numerology, and I will pull clarification cards if need be, at no additional cost…you will not be given an incomplete reading.

The Tarot Decks you may choose your reading from, are here…
Gendron
Robin Wood
Guilded
Voyager
Archeon
Maroon

Announcement

Last updated on Apr 27, 2017

Welcome...The women in our family have been creating hand dyed tarot silks, and traditional scrying mirrors for many generations. We are pleased to offer them to you here on Etsy...

History of Silk
China is the birthplace of silk. Sericulture (the raising of silkworms for silk production) has a history of over 6,000 years. Legend has it that Lady Hsi-Lin-Shih (wife of the Yellow Emperor Huangdi) was having tea under a mulberry tree when a cocoon fell into her cup. As she watched, the cocoon spun a strong white thread. She unwound the strand onto her finger, realizing that it could be used as weaving thread. Thus an industry was born. She taught her people how to raise silkworms, and later invented the loom. Silk production reached a high level of craftsmanship during the Shang Dynasty (1600BC-1046BC).

We have always purchased our silk from China, as it is and always has been the place to go for the highest quality of silk. Please be aware, that seeing a 'made in China' tag on silk, is a Good thing :) In our home, we HAND DYE the silks. We mix our own fiber reactive dyes, and beginning with white raw silk, we dye...

~~~~~~~~~~

As you enter this room, let the curtains fall behind you…Please sit, and feel the candle’s gentle flame touch the place in you where all things quietly stir.
Breath deeply, and listen…

I have been using the tarot since I was very young. The cards, and the Querrent are very familiar to me. I began reading for others 30 years ago, and have also been reading online for over 7 years.

There are many decks here to choose from, for your reading, and each has only been handled by myself. They are cleansed after each reading, to dispel the energy often left behind.

I am offering a variety of readings, and each one is very different from the others. As you look into each, listen carefully to your inner voice for guidance to the correct layout… for what you seek an answer to.
As we look over the layouts, I will explain carefully what it may encompass. But if you need help choosing, we will discuss it with you further.

Although most readers like to be provided with a question, I prefer that you ask silently. The less I know, the clearer your reading will be.
I am not a fortune teller…reading the tarot is a form of Divination, and my readings tend to speak to the inner self. Not always what one would like to hear, but be prepared…pleasant or unpleasant, you will be told what the cards are showing.
My readings are indepth, with line to Major Arcana numerology, and I will pull clarification cards if need be, at no additional cost…you will not be given an incomplete reading.

The Tarot Decks you may choose your reading from, are here…
Gendron
Robin Wood
Guilded
Voyager
Archeon
Maroon

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Average item review
5 out of 5 stars
(208)
Robin Cole

Robin Cole on Apr 17, 2017

5 out of 5 stars

Gorgeous spread cloth. Love this color; it's very calming and subdued. Looks wonderful beneath both my brightly colored and more somber decks.

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Last updated on Apr 15, 2017
Frequently asked questions

Reserved Listings

We are open to lay away, holding an item for you as a reserved listing (until the date we all agree on)...and will trade with other Etsy shop owners. Please don't be afraid to ask :)

Domestic Shipping

We live far from the post office, and will make the trip in to drop off all packages once or twice per week. Usually Mondays, and sometimes I make the second run in on Thursdays. This trip takes me hours, so I cannot go every day. I see in my feedback, people say either it was the fastest shipping they have ever seen, or they feel the shipping took too long. I hope this clarifies things for everyone.

All of our USA shipments are made via Standard USPS, with a tracking number, and insurance as needed. If you prefer another shipping method, please contact us, and we can make arrangements with you.

International Shipping

International buyers, we will adjust the shipping costs to the actual amount prior to your purchase, if you contact us with the shipping address. If you do not contact us, then we will refund any discrepancy in the shipping cost.

I ship ALL international packages via USPS, with the CN-22 tracking information sent to you at the time of shipping. You or I, may track your package until it leaves the US. I cannot be responsible for packages lost or withheld by customs in your country, and cannot replace these items.
If your package does not arrive, I will re-send the tracking information to you, and you will need to contact your customs office, to be sure it is not being held there. They may require a copy of your invoice, which I will glad

Refunds

All custom orders are final sales.

We do ask if anyone returns something, that they please send a detailed note with the item, letting us know why. Our craftmanship is very important to us, so we would like to know.

We do not generally give refunds, but we may consider it, depending on the situation
Returned items will typically be considered as Store Credit.

Color of Silks

Colors may vary from monitor to monitor as well as silk to silk. Because our silks are hand dyed, the dye takes differently each time so each silk is slightly unique. If you have any questions about the color of our current silks, feel free to send us a message. :)

Size of Silks

We measure our silks before the dying process to make sure they are 22" x 22". However, sometimes the silks can shrink during this process and size may vary up to 1.5 inches.

Handmade???

I am afraid I need to clarify (due to uninformed reviews) TRADITIONAL SILK COMES FROM CHINA. It is, and has always been the place to go for the highest quality silk. I do not have silk worms in my home, I do not weave silk in my home. I purchase the highest quality silk FROM CHINA, and as I say in my listing titles and description, I HAND DYE them in my home.