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Extras: Accessories Inscriptions

In a world of tweeting, texting and blogging, old-fashioned handwriting is becoming something of a lost art.

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WWD Accessory issue 08/03/2009

 

 

 

 

 

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In a world of tweeting, texting and blogging, old-fashioned handwriting is becoming something of a lost art. But several accessories designers are doing their best to preserve the Palmer method: They are incorporating their own scrabble into their work. Gryson calligraphs the metal plates that adorn its bags and inscribes its wallets for a personal touch from designer Joy Gryson. Melissa Joy Manning offers gold and silver earrings in the shape of her own swirly writing (below right), while Carley Jewels designer Carley McGee-Boehm has introduced micro pavé–set diamond rings that spell out the words “freedom,” “cherish” and “verve” (below left).

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