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The MET 19th Century French Teacup Boxed Notecards The MET - 19th Century French Teacup Boxed Notecards

Evoking the charm and romance of 19th-century France, our teacup notecards are adapted from details of an album of porcelain designs. The album, by an unkown artist, features 20 pages of designs for teacups, teapots, sugar bowls, and creamers. The whimsical Evoking the charm and romance of 19th-century France, our teacup notecards are adapted from details of an album of porcelain designs. The album, by an unknown artist, features 20 pages of designs for teacups, teapots, sugar bowls, and creamers. The whimsical notecards included here are sure to bring a pinch of delight to daily correspondence.

Includes: 18 die-cut cards (3 each of 6 designs) in a keepsake box with 19 pattern-lined envelopes

Each card: 4" W x 5 1/4" H

Price: $24.99
The MET Audubon Birds Boxed Notecards The MET - Audubon Birds Boxed Notecards

Artist, birdwatcher, and conservationist John James Audubon created 435 watercolor paintings for his landmark 1839 publication, The Birds of America.
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This set includes 20 notecards (5 each of the 4 designs shown) and 21 envelopes in a keepsake box with a magnetic closure.

?Each notecard: 4" x 5 1/4"

Price: $14.99
The MET Birds and Flowers Boxed Notecards The MET - Birds and Flowers Boxed Notecards

Interdependent and equally delightful, birds and flowers have caught the eye of artists from across cultures and throughout history. This set of notecards features a selection of artworks from The Met collection that bring to life a range of lovely and lively specimens. Created from oil paint, ink, and even glass, the works included here celebrate the rhythm and harmony found in the natural world.

Set of 20 notecards (4 each of 5 designs) and 21 pattern-lined envelopes in a keepsake box
Each card measures 5 1/4" W x 4" H

Price: $16.99
The MET Botanical Blossoms Boxed Notecards The MET - Botanical Blossoms Boxed Notecards

This collection of notecards features brilliant blooms inspired by botanical illustrations from the Drawings and Prints collection of The Met. Combining art and scientific observation, the original works identify various plant species and offer precise details of the beauty found in the natural world. As special notes sent to friends or family, or as the perfect addition to gifts and packages, these whimsical die-cut cards are certain to bring delight to avid gardeners and flower lovers alike.

Set of 20 die-cut notecards (5 each of 4 designs) and 21 patterns-lined envelopes in a keepsake box
Each card measures 5 1/4" W x 3 1/2" H

Price: $26.99
The MET Butterflies Boxed Notecards The MET - Butterflies Boxed Notecards

Artists of all practices have long drawn inspiration from nature, taking as their subjects the plant and animal life around them. Gathered here are five notecards featuring details from prints at The MET. With bold colors and striking patterns, these eye-catching cards are certain to inspire cheerful correspondence.

Includes: 20 cards (4 each of 5 designs) in a keepsake box with 21 pattern-lined envelopes

Each card: 4" W x 5 1/4" H

Price: $17.99
The MET Claude Monet Boxed Notecards The MET - Claude Monet Boxed Notecards

This set features twelve paintings, including Bouquet of Sunflowers and Bridge Over a Pool of Water Lilies, by Impressionist master Claude Monet (French, 1840-1926) from the Museum's collection.
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Includes ?24 notecards (2 each of the 12 designs shown) and 25 envelopes in a keepsake box with a magnetic closure.
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?Each notecard: 4 7/8" x 6 1/4"

Price: $16.99
The MET Dragon Correspondence Cards The MET - Dragon Correspondence Cards

These elegant correspondence cards draw on the power of Chinese mythology, bearing an engraving with a dragon design in gold foil, inspired by a door valance that would have hung in an imperial residence during the Qing dynasty.

Set of 25 gold-embossed correspondence cards and envelopes in a keepsake box
Each card measures 6 1/4" W x 4 7/8" H

Price: $28.99
The MET Four Tulips Correspondence Cards The MET - Four Tulips Correspondence Cards

These pretty correspondence cards take after a watercolor by Jacob Marrel. Expertly engraved with gold foil, these charming cards add a bit of this rich history to your thank-you notes, or friendly correspondence

Set of 25 gold-embossed correspondence cards and envelopes in a keepsake box
Each card measures 6 1/4" W x 4 7/8" H

Price: $28.99
The MET French Impressionism Garden Boxed Notecards The MET - French Impressionism Garden Boxed Notecards

The emergence of the Impressionist movement in France during the late 19th century coincided with a significant transformation to the physical landscape of Paris and its surroundings, as a revolution in the style and nature of public parks took place and a renewed interest in horticulture and gardening emerged. Collected here are 36 notecards showcasing 12 works by artists such as Claude Monet, Vincent van Gogh, Georges Seurat, Auguste Renoir, and more, all from The Met collection.

Includes: 36 cards (3 each of 12 designs) in a keepsake box with 37 envelopes

Each card: 4 7/8" W x 6 1/4" H

Price: $24.99
The MET Impressionist Gardens Boxed Notecards The MET - Impressionist Gardens Boxed Notecards

The emergence of the Impressionist movement in France during the late 19th century coincided with a significant transformation to the physical landscape of Paris and its surroundings. Collected here are 20 notecards featuring five works by artists such as Claude Monet, Edgar Degas, and more, all from The MET collection and showcasing the attraction and charm of flowers, parks, and gardens.

Includes: 20 cards (4 each of 5 designs) in a keepsake box with 21 pattern-lined envelopes

Each card: 4" W x 5 1/4" H

Price: $17.99
The MET Japanese Print Boxed Notecards The MET - Japanese Print Boxed Notecards

Popular in Japan during the Edo period (16151868), woodblock prints depicted subjects ranging from the seductive scenes of the urban pleasure districts and theaters, to the romantic vistas and landscapes favored at the time. Included here are notecards featuring five prints from Utagawa Hiroshige and Katsushika Hokusai, two of the most prominent woodblock print designers of the period.

Includes: 20 cards (4 each of 5 designs) in a keepsake box with 21 pattern-lined envelopes

Each card: 4" W x 5 1/4" H

Price: $17.99
The MET Louis Comfort Tiffany Boxed Notecards The MET - Louis Comfort Tiffany Boxed Notecards

The Gilded Age artist Louis Comfort Tiffany, renowned for his trademark Favrile glass, gave his works unprecedented shading and texture by blending the colors while still in the molten state.
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?This set includes ?20 notecards (5 each of the 4 designs shown) and 21 envelopes in a keepsake box with a magnetic closure
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?Each notecard: 4" x 5 1/4"

Price: $14.99
The MET Monet Water LiliesBoxed Notecards The MET - Monet Water LiliesBoxed Notecards

Claude Monet was a key figure in the Impressionist movement that transformed French painting in the second half of the nineteenth century. Monet created an extensive garden on his property at Giverny, including a water lily pond, which inspired a series of paintings in 1899; thereafter the subject dominated his art.
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?Includes 20 notecards (5 each of the 4 designs shown) and 21 envelopes in a keepsake box with a magnetic closure.
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?Each notecard: 5 1/4" x 4"

Price: $14.99
The MET Tiffany Dragonflies Correspondence Cards The MET - Tiffany Dragonflies Correspondence Cards

The whimsical design on our correspondence cards is taken from a hair ornament (ca. 1904) crafted by Louis Comfort Tiffany (American, 1848 - 1933). The original is made of platinum, enamel, and gemstone, and consists of two dragonflies resting on two dandelion seed balls.

Set of 25 gold-embossed correspondence cards and envelopes in a keepsake box
Each card measures 6 1/4" W x 4 7/8" H

Price: $28.99
The MET Tulip Boxed Notecards The MET - Tulip Boxed Notecards

Box of 20 notecards and 21 envelopes made up of multiple card images (5 each of the 4 designs shown) and packaged in a keepsake box with a magnetic enclosure.

Tulips were introduced to Europe from Turkey in the sixteenth century. "Tulipomania" reached its height in Holland in the 1630s. During this period, specialists such as Jacob Marrel were commissioned to paint books of tulips and other valuable flowers that served as catalogs of a dealer's stock or a proud owner's collection. These dramatic blooms are featured in this box of notecards.

Each Notecard: 5 1/4" W x 4" H

Price: $14.99
The MET Van Gogh Flowers Boxed Notecards The MET - Van Gogh Flowers Boxed Notecards

This notecard collection features exuberant floral paintings by Vincent Van Gogh (Dutch, 1853-1890), many of which were painted in the south of France. Here are intensely colorful canvases of poppies, oleanders, roses, irises, and sunflowers.

Includes 24 notecards (4 each of the 6 designs shown) and 25 envelopes in a keepsake box with a magnetic closure.

Each notecard: 4 7/8" x 6 1/4"

Price: $16.99