Omnia: The Golden Age is the sequel to Omnia: The First, and like its predecessor, offers three decks with unique court cards and premium features. Also printed by the EPCC, each suit is inspired by an ancient civilization: hearts by the Egyptians, spades by the Babylonians, clubs by the Greeks, and spades by the Persians.
The tuck boxes are printed on stardust paper, and feature similarly complex and appealing designs as the first Omnia, as well as various shades of intricate foiling. Where The First was largely black, white, and gold, The Golden Age is more colorful, which makes for a excellent contrast when the sets are placed beside each other. This time Magnifica gets a custom numbered seal.
Each deck features cards with two shades of premium metallic ink, and the court cards benefit immensely from the shine. The courts take the same aesthetic from The First and add new twists and complexities, each staying true to its theme. The pips and the aces also shine with metallic ink, and are each fully customized with envious detail. This set includes the ultra-premium Omnia Magnifica, the final evolution of the Omnia series, which features ebony backgrounds and both bronze and gold metallic inks.