FleuriousThis set of decorations with over 200 glyphs was inspired by many diverse historical sources from 1454 to 1897. Through the use of this font you may add a bit of character to your documents. There are here three class of glyphs: being flowery bits, dividing lines, and Head or Tail pieces. The dividing lines were used to set apart or underline texts. Flowery bits, sometimes called "Fleurons," were used singly as terminals to paragraphs, especially when paragraphs were set into inverted pyramidal structures, or in multiples to form lines. And the last type, Head or Tail pieces, were occasionally used to fill large blank spaces that occurred at the ends of long sections of text.