Ornate Poker Chips Sold Exclusively In the UK At JP Playing Cards

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JP Playing Cards is proud to announce the Ornate Collection Poker Chips designed by The Midnight Card Company in the US, will be sold exclusively by them. These ceramic poker chips are the perfect gift for the amateur card player or serious poker fanatic.

Leeds based online Playing Cards specialists JP Playing Cards today announced they will be selling the Ornate Collection Poker Chips exclusively in the UK. Designed by The Midnight Card Company in the USA these beautifully crafted ceramic poker chips are of the highest quality. Complimenting perfectly any custom or limited edition deck of playing cards. You can visit them here at http://jpplayingcards.co.uk

The agreement will allow JP Playing Cards to further strengthen it's growing reputation in the custom playing card and accessories market in the UK. The expectation is that the evergreen nature of home entertainment in the current (albeit improving) economic climate will continue to see above average sales of such products in the run up to Christmas 2012.

About The Midnight Card Company

One of the leading designers of limited edition playing cards over in the USA, The Midnight Card Company released the Ornate Collection Playing Cards to high acclaim, selling out in a matter of days. Founded by Randy Butterfield, they plan to release further versions of the playing cards in 2013 which will be available through JP Playing Cards in the UK.

About JP Playing Cards

Founded by Paul Middleton, JP Playing Cards continues to strengthen it's position in the an emerging market; limited edition playing cards. Selling over 70 designs by some of the most sought-after brands and designers, the playing card market has never been healthier. Supported by a rich history and significant tradition over at The United States Playing Card Company, brands such as Bee, Bicycle and Tally-Ho playing cards continue to cement a place in the hearts of young magicians and card artists alike.

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