The inspiration source for Diamant Monogram is a stylishly formal letterset flaring out to create a diamond framework from a vintage embroidery publication. Originally intended to adorn handkerchiefs, it has so many other possibilities. Its obvious diamond shape inspired the name “Diamant” or “Diamond” in French. This is one of many monogram designs from the early 1900’s which fall into a two letter format that is either adorned or interwoven with framing styles.
Diamant Monogram is only capable of two letter monograms due to its unique design. It was originally designed to have outlined initials, but solid and outline versions have been created for more versatility and appeal. Download and view the “Diamant Monogram Guidebook” if you would like to learn a little more. There is a guidebook for both the Pro and Standard fonts included in the font package.
Diamant Monogram comes complete with both Pro and Standard format fonts. For those with programs that can take advantage of OpenType features, the Pro fonts are for you, but for others without the ability to use OpenType features, we’ve created separate fonts that make up the styles contained in the Pro font.