The Eliot card holder fits in your hand like that perfect handshake — firm, unassuming and uplifting. This classy leather card holder inspires confidence and as it would great conversations in any social setting. Make every name card count.
Materials - U.S full-grain Nappa cow leather - Cotton blend herringbone lining - RFID blocking lining - Hand-stitched oxblood thread binding Features - Gusseted compartment fits up to 25 name cards - 3 interior card slots, 1 exterior card slot - Hand-stitched red thread binding - RFID-protection - Packaged in our signature grey book box Dimensions - (H)7cm x (W)10.5cm x (D)1.5cm
Thomas Stearns "T.S." Eliot: The Old Possum
A collection of children's poems, Old Possum's Books of Practical Cats (1939), was the inspiration behind Elliot's nickname. As the most prolific poet of the 20th century, he was not only well-respected for his work in poetry, but also in criticism and drama with his intellectual and revolutionary works, such as The Waste Land (1922). This led him to receive the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1948. Unravel his full story here.