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Eyebright is a pattern that was designed by William Morris and originally printed at his Merton Abbey workshop in 1883.
It's named after the flowering herb that's often used in magical practice and in traditional herbal medicine and shows a symetrcial desgin of small white flowers with gold centres and silver grey coloured foliage against a blue-black background.
The lining is black Dupion silk and the double drawstring cord is silver. The beads on the ends of the cord are gold coloured glass and silver coloured metal.


The bag in the pictures is a medium sized bag, it's shown with the The Tarot de Marseille-Waite by Emmanuelle Iger.
The deck measures 12cm x 7cm x 3cm / 4.75" x 2.75" x 1.25".
The cards are there just to show the size of the bag and are not for sale.

Eyebright (William Morris)

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