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[Gr.,=single letter], symbol of a name or names, consisting typically of a letter or several letters worked together. A famous monogram is that of Christ, consisting of X (chi) and P (rho), the first two letters of Christ in Greek. The monogram has been commonly used by artists (e.g., Dürer), monarchs (e.g., E.R. for Elizabeth II), companies, societies, and others. Bridal monograms and monograms on clothing, silverware, jewelry, seals, and letterheads are common.
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For clients that don't have anything specific in mind, Bespoke & Beyond can make recommendations and prepare a gift package according to your budget, say for example, a monogrammed passport case and organizer as entourage gifts for your travel-themed wedding.
We can't wait to see the fresh offerings Bespoke & Beyond is introducing this summer: monogrammed canvas totes, leather totes, and beach bags, his and hers pajama sets (the bottom for him, the top for her
Pickard also allows consumers to pick the piece or pieces they want monogrammed.
Caption(s): Pickard offers several options in its monogram program, but one of its most appealing features for retailers is the consumers' ability to pick and choose which pieces are monogrammed.
Oliver & Maude's first collection featured monogrammed chopping and serving boards, as well as Lucite trays with monograms, which remain bestsellers to this day.
gifted me with this lovely monogrammed Lucite vanity tray
Monogrammed linen hand towel, $10; Interiors Market, 659 Duling Ave.