Shop by Style
Shop by Style
I have a love affair with fonts. Perhaps (maybe)...a little obsession. I thoroughly enjoy giving you as many lettering styles to choose from as I can. Each font does behave differently, and not every font is appropriate for every design, so if you have any questions at all, please contact me. Here are some examples of how each font looks on various pieces of jewelry:
Anaphora is an uppercase sweetheart who knows how to have fun while being very readable. Bonus: numbers are available!
A tiny font with a lot of character. Caelum features the swoosh of pen strokes. Numbers are available.
A very wide font that is most ideal for a natural finish. Beautiful, but because of its wide stroke, this font limits the number of characters that can fit on jewelry pieces. (If your personalization is close to the character count maximum on a design, I may need to substitute the Typewriter font.) Lowercase only, Design Type comes in both letters and numbers.
The classic dots font -- you know, the one you used when you made posters in high school. Yes, that one! Now oh-so-cute on hand stamped jewelry made just for you. Dotz is a very wide font, so isn't appropriate for all designs. In some cases, I'll recommend using all lowercase to fit more characters into a piece. Numbers are available.
Most certainly my favorite font and my customers' favorite font, too. Handwriting is clean, simple, and not fussy. And yes, numbers are available. Handwriting is the ideal font for designs needing to fit in a lot of characters. My go-to font.
Exclusive to Crow Steals Fire, the Hill House font is an Arts and Crafts font based on the distinctive handwriting of Glasgow architect Charles Rennie Mackintosh (1868-1928). Numbers are available.
Jane is a classic font. And Jane Block is simply Jane in all uppercase letters. Numbers are available, too.
While considered a handwriting-style font, Kyrielle features serifs at the ends of the letters. This makes a wonderful combination of casual and formal. Numbers are available. Another exclusive!
A very distinctive font, Magical is perfect for celebrating the wonder and magic of the imagination inside us all.
This hand lettered font was created brilliantly and with love by the artist Emily Spadoni. It is a unicase font, which basically means there are no lowercase letters.
A clean, casual font that looks particularly good in all uppercase letters as well as the usual initial capital letter and lowercase.
The Saga font is based on the ancient Irish Book of Kells and perfectly representative of ancient lettering styles. The D and G are particularly distinctive and unique.
Loving this eclectic font that features curvy capital letters and upright lowercase letters with a hand drawn look.
The Seadna (pronounced shay-na) font features simple curls on many letters. Available in uppercase, lowercase, and numbers. (Sometimes referred to as Delaney.)
Exclusive to Crow Steals Fire, Sonnet is an elegant lowercase font featuring many swoosh details.
I especially like using this font for men's jewelry. Tercet is based on lettering that was commonly used on traditional business stationery, in trades like accounting and law. Considered a "unicase" style, this font is only available in Uppercase letters. Numbers are available, and yes, I even use Tercet for Roman Numerals jewelry.
Triolet is a font exclusive to Crow Steals Fire. You will not see this lettering style anywhere else. Triolet is a fun, larger writing font that features loops.
A very vertical script font, Tranquil is reminiscent of individual cursive letters.
There are few fonts more iconic to the modern age than a font that looks like a Typewriter.
A nice, readable cursive, this wide-stroke brush font has a bit of a retro feel to it. This font is best used on pewter and aluminum pieces.
Best friends with the Whimsical font, Wackadoodle features a wider stroke. If numbers are desired, I'll use the Whimsical numbers to match.
In some ways, Whimsical is similar to Wackadoodle. I consider them good friends, but they both have different personalities, of course. Whimsical is a bit smaller and just as playful. Numbers are available.