Seashore is a feminine, graceful script whose thicker horizontals create a wave-like rhythm — hence the name. It’s loosely based on a left-leaning penmanship style of the late 19th century. Used mainly by professional “engrossers” in certificates and tributes, or by society ladies in their stationery and invitations, it sent a message of true refinement.
There are more than 900 glyphs in all, including a wide variety of swash capitals, alternate endings, and contextual ligatures. Seashore is at its best in short display settings — in names and addresses on formal invitations, on menus and food packaging, or in fashion and beauty contexts.
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