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Filigree Font

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FiligreeDesigner: Anton Scholtz
Publisher: Scholtz Fonts
Filigree was designed by Anton Scholtz and released by Scholtz Fonts. Filigree contains 1 design. p > Filigree, reminiscent of the fragile lace and fashion jewelry produced in Europe in the 16th to 18th centuries, was inspired by the font style Always, and by the way in which the threads (or filia) of the characters in Constantly intertwined.

It has a soft, wafty character. It is best utilized as a display screen font style at a reasonably big size. At too small a size the special of the individual filaments will be lost. Finest outcomes also from a combination of upper and lower case characters. Utilizing upper case characters alone will not look as great. Alternate characters and ligatures are also included. If your application program supports 'kerning' then I recommend that you turn it on. Although not important, this will improve the spacing of the letters.

The typeface contains over 272 characters - (upper and lower case characters, punctuation, numerals, signs and accented characters are present). It also consists of a variety of 'open-type' characters - these improve the flexibility of the font by providing options that are utilized either at the discretion of the designer or are determined by the situations in which the font style is used. It has all the accented characters utilized in the significant European languages.

Font Family: Filigree

Tags: delicate, elegant, feminine, invitation, lacy, script, valentine, wedding

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