Classical Greetings Cards, Wrapping Paper and Gift Tags with designs inspired by British traditions and heritage
Frederica Cards, a Bath based company, produces Georgian inspired greetings cards, wrapping papers/posters, gift tags and high resolution digital prints from original engravings in witty and elegant designs using antiques and prints from the 18th century and 19th century period. Many of these Georgian and Regency images are taken from private collections.
Frederica’s inspirations come from Regency fashion plates, prints, etchings and lithographs of life often mentioned in Jane Austen’s novels. Georgian porcelain, pottery, gentlemen’s buttons, playing cards and games are also used in these historical Georgian themed greetings card and paper designs. Flowers are always a constant source of inspiration and old fashioned varieties of roses cards, poppies and traditional apples varieties cards and posters are colourful additions. Collective nouns for animals wrapping papers and collective nouns for people wrapping paper make fun posters too and even help with the pub quiz.
This classical collection of cards and papers will ensure elegant cards for every occasion and wonderful wrapping for special presents. Alternatively the wrapping papers can be used as posters. They fit into Ikea and Habitat standard sized frames. Regency fashion cards can be framed and hung together in sets. Both of these create modestly priced artworks. The paper is good quality for decoupage paper, book covering and is good box covering paper. Gift tags can be used for place settings or to accompany bouquets of flowers.
Papers and cards have a recycled content, envelopes are made from 100% recycled paper. Design, printing, packing and distribution all takes place in the Bath area.
Frederica Cards has been trading nationally and internationally for 12 years. Our products can be found in museum and stately home shops, bookshops, tourist information centres and galleries throughout the United Kingdom. They are also sold in Australia, New Zealand, Sweden, the United States, France, Japan, Germany, Greece, Romania, Denmark, Holland, Ireland, Tenerife and Jersey.