The Punctilious Mr. P's Place Card Co. 'Lover's Eye' laydown place card on top of linen napkin with bamboo cutlery and a red color blocked table cloth
The Punctilious Mr. P's Place Card Co. 'Lover's Eye' laydown place card on top of linen napkin with bamboo cutlery and a red color blocked table cloth
The Punctilious Mr. P's Place Card Co. 'Lover's Eye' laydown place card on top of linen napkin with bamboo cutlery and a red color blocked table cloth
The Punctilious Mr. P's Place Card Co. 'Lover's Eye' laydown place card on top of linen napkin with bamboo cutlery and a red color blocked table cloth
The Punctilious Mr. P's Place Card Co. 'Lover's Eye' laydown place card on top of linen napkin with bamboo cutlery and a red color blocked table cloth
showing the front The Punctilious Mr. P's Place Card Co. iconic anthemion packaging for their laydown place cards with main label and black grosgrain ribbon
showing the back The Punctilious Mr. P's Place Card Co. iconic anthemion packaging for their laydown place cards with black wax seal and black grosgrain ribbon

Lover's Eye— Laydown Place Card

Illustrated Place Cards by Mr. P's

Regular price $49.00

The Punctilious Mr. P's Anthemion palmette logo

no holder needed

Whether you choose to lay down these chic place cards next to the cutlery, on top of the napkin, or simply propped up...no place card holders are  needed! Both image and name are on the same side.

Originally painted on small pieces of ivory, their soft and alluring gaze is intoxicating. The Punctilious Mr. P's 'Lover's Eye' laydown place card set brings instant chic to any table and to spark joy and conversion. 

Conversation Sparker: Small paintings of eyes first became popular during the late eighteenth century. They reminded wearers of a loved one, whose identity remained a secret. The single eye also symbolized the watchful gaze of a jealous partner, who feared that his or her lover might stray. One of the earliest known eye miniatures was painted in 1786 by the English artist Richard Cosway for the Prince of Wales, later King George IV.

Did you know that you can now order any theme with Menu Cards and Buffet Tags that coordinate with your place cards!

  • 16 cards to a pack
  • 1 image set
  • Size: 2" x 4-3/4" or 51mm x 121mm
  • Printed on sheet-fed hot-press cotton rag watercolor paper with archival Japanese inks
  • Complimentary Digital Calligraphy Service:
    • Choose your style of calligraphy above, then add up to 16 guest's names.
    • "ADD TO CART."
  • ALL cards printed custom & bespoke to order. NO RETURNS unless in error by us.
  • Made-by-hand in our workshop in Old Chatham, New York


    Not sure which font to choose?
     Explore here. All cards shown in 'Spencerian Script.'