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Ceramic Handle Manuscript Initial Wax Seals
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Ceramic Handle Manuscript Initial Wax Seals

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Ceramic Handle Manuscript Initial Wax Seals have a round brass seal that's engraved with the Manuscript Initial of your choosing and permanently attached to a red ceramic handle. All 26 letters of the alphabet, from A to Z, are available. Each seal is packaged in its own cotton drawstring bag with easy-to-follow instructions.

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Ceramic Handle Manuscript Initial Wax Seals

Ceramic Handle Manuscript Initial Wax Seals are an individual and striking way to seal, stamp and decorate all of your correspondence. The round wax seal head, cast in brass, is engraved with the Manuscript Initial of your choosing and is permanently attached to a red ceramic handle. All 26 letters of the alphabet, from A to Z, are available. Each seal is packaged in its own cotton drawstring bag with easy-to-follow instructions.

This manuscript initial wax seal with ceramic handle is perfect for customizing wedding invitations, event invites, sealing cards or envelopes and a variety of other hobbies. It also makes a great gift, even if it’s for yourself!

Wax isn’t included, so don't forget to look through our varied selection of wax colors and see how they can enhance the look of your wax seal imprint!

Wooden Handle Brass Head Wax Seal Specifications

Seal Handle Length: 1-1/2"
Seal Diameter: 3/4"

Wax Seals Through the Ages

The use of seals can be traced back to some of the earliest civilizations. The first seals were made from clay and impressed, or sealed, using rings or cylinders. Wax was widely used in the Middle Ages by bishops, monarchs and royal spokespeople to authenticate documents. During the 13th century, wax seals were used by monasteries, guilds and aristocrats. Illiteracy led to a widespread adoption of wax seals in the 13th century as a signature. Wax was pressed with either a handheld seal or a specially-made signet ring. When the owner of a signet died, the ring would be destroyed to prevent forgeries! Today using wax seals is more about ceremony than security or authenticity. Wax seals add elegance to wedding invitations, bottle decorations or an extra personalized touch to your correspondence. A nice wax seal will turn the ordinary into the extraordinary!

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