Italic initial monogram for seal and sealing wax. White bronze seal initials with engraving of the 26 letters of the alphabet adaptable to all Bortoletti seals.
An elegance of yesteryear, a seal letter with a capital initial in English Italic style, interchangeable on all seals.
The system devised by Bortoletti designs stems from the need for multiple initials or symbols to be used in one seal.
Each initial screws onto the seal that the customer purchased, so new initials can be purchased as needed.
Monogram cursive initial for wax seal, a classic initial with the charm of the historical period when wax was commonly used.
The English Italic seal letter is an elaboration of English calligraphy that arose out of commercial necessity in England in the 1800s.
The classical style developed in the 1700s in England, the characteristic feature of this calligraphy is the very marked slant to the right.
Monogram cursive initial
Here is a list of things to do with sealing and waxing.
Close the envelope with a personal letter or a simple greeting card.
Wedding invitations with seal and sealing wax
Tie a gift package with twine, pour wax on the knot and add a seal with the chosen initials.
Closing envelopes with important personal documents, with sealing wax the envelope will remain intact; to open it you will have to break the wax seal.
An alcohol stove with a strainer is used to dissolve the sealing wax; the result will be a perfect sealing wax seal.
While bronze cannot be called a precious metal like gold, for example, it is a respectable material that has also always been used in art.
It is an alloy composed of copper and zinc, similar in luster to silver but providing higher breaking strength than it.
The initials are not prone to oxidation and come off easily from the wax monogram.