Glyphs

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I found this glyph on dafont.com.  I could see this glyph being used for a catering company. Maybe two of these glyphs on either side of the company name. I could see the glyph being used in the color black, green, or gold.

I really couldn’t find much information on this specific glyph. However it’s in the category of Old English Dingbats. Dingbats are also sometimes called printer’s ornaments and they are small decorative elements. Printers used dingbats to fill up white space on a page, signal the end of a chapter or book, or just to add a visual embellishment on the page.

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