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Plumage

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What is the Plumage font?

Plumage is somewhat unusual in that it has elements of calligraphy as well as script in a semi-loose form that gives it a pleasing appearance for both large and small sizes, and interesting flare finish strokes add to its unique character.
As I read a dictionary description of “plumage”, I realized that in many ways there is a parallel between a bird’s plumage and how it is utilized in the context of writing: Plumage varies in pattern and arrangement for different purposes; what it expresses can of course be even more interesting. Plumage is disposable after a season, as new ones become available… imagine, a self-sustaining quill! – I guess that’s equivalent to a refill or disposable pen. More…
Historically, quill pens were made from feathers of a variety of birds, each chosen for its special characteristics. The sturdiest and most reliable feathers, however, come from turkeys, swans and geese. Feathers used to make pens are the stiff-spined flight feathers on the leading edge of the bird’s wing. Pens for right-handed writers come from the left wing, and pens for left-handers, from the right! Each bird yields 10-12 good quills, and sometimes only 2 or 3 – so small a yield that the geese reared in England could not furnish nearly enough for local demand, and quills were imported from the Continent in large quantities. At one point St Petersburg in Russia was sending 27 million quills a year to the UK. It is said that geese were specially bred by US President Thomas Jefferson (1743-1826) to supply his own vast need for quills – in his lifetime he wrote almost 20,000 letters.
The name “Plumage” was selected to pay homage to the noble birds that supplied countless quills for centuries of literary works.
Plumage is recommended for any formal or informal invitation, decorations, awards, poetry, plaques, etc.
We hope you will have the pleasure of using Plumage.

Plumage Font families

The Plumage font includes the following font families:

  • Plumage Regular

Plumage Preview

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