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An abecediary is the full alphabet, usually listed in order, historically carved in stone or written in book form. Typically used as practice exercises; you may remember one form of abecediary perched atop your grade school classroom's blackboard.

This abecediary is laser cut from 1/4" thick MDF with a white melamine surface, measuring 5" wide by 6" tall. While this piece will not stand on its own, it looks great leaning in a bookshelf or hanging on a wall near any typophile's desk. The melamine coating is durable and easy to clean, but the edges are not water treated, so I would recommend keeping this decoration inside your home or office.

All twenty-six lowercase letters are set in Rockwell, tracked and leaded tightly to create a solid block of lettering with an appealing staggered edge. Rockwell's thick slab serifs connect each row of letters together, resulting in a single, sturdy piece. The white face contrasts beautifully with the blackened edges.

Small Rockwell Abecediary in White

$20.00 USD
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Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: wood, MDF, melamine
  • Made to order
  • Feedback: 146 reviews
  • Ships worldwide from Illinois, United States
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