Did you know, Henry Cole, the founding director of the V&A, sent the first Christmas card in 1843? V&A now holds over 15,000 examples of Christmas cards and draws on its diverse collection of objects including, textiles, prints and photographs to create its cards. V&A also commissions new designs every year. This V&A pack of Christmas cards titled _ Christmas pudding motif_ was designed by Eric Ravilious (1903-42) from the Christmas Pudding service made by Wedgwood Stoke-on-Trent. 1938 * Message inside reads: 'Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year' * 8 cards of one design in each pack * Includes white envelopes. * Single card size 123mm x 123mm approx. * Designed and printed in Britain.