Bumper case (cover) for phone. Handmade. Used natural wood wenge (milling), bronze inserts (inlay).
ACE of spades is a playing card with one point (the ACE of) spades. In English-speaking countries, where spades are considered the highest suit, the ACE of spades is traditionally considered the highest card in the deck, although in some card games, his seniority may be different.
In European and American pop culture, ACE of spades is considered the "Map of Death».
The design of the map, which became a classic, is associated with the names of the English monarchs of the XVII-XVIII centuries, James I and Queen Anne, who adopted laws requiring card manufacturers to use the image of the ACE of spades as a trademark. Charles I brought to England innovation in the field of taxation — stamp duties. And in 1711 Anna extended this tax also to producers of playing cards. This tax existed until 1960.
The design of the ACE of spades has retained its importance after the termination of its use in the public interest. Thus, on December 5, 1882, George J.. White received a patent in the US for the image he developed such an ACE.
There are several idioms associated with ACE of spades. For example, in English there is the expression "black as the ace of spades" — "black as an ACE of spades». And we can talk about the color — "completely black", "blacker than black", and the race of man. The French say "fichu comme l'as de pique" — "Cursed, unclean, as the ACE of spades».
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