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MONOGRAM. A character or cipher composed of one or more letters interwoven, being an abbreviation of a name.
     2. A signature made by a monogram would perhaps be binding, provided it could be proved to have been made and intended as a signature. 1 Denio, R. 471. And there seems to be no reason why such a signature should not be as binding as one which is altogether illegible. See Initial; Mark; Signature.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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Beautifully Bespoke linens by Matouk in white percale from the finest Egyptian cotton with two elegant rows of satin embroidery in a choice of colors are a luxurious indulgence (standard sham, $135 plus monogramming).
Monogramming has received a lot of attention in the press, said Donna Ferrari, tabletop, food and wine director for Brides magazine.
But for tabletop vendors and retailers on the higher end of the price spectrum, monogramming is a boon for business.
In the home, monogramming was always a personalization thing.
Pickard's well-known monogramming program has gone beyond the precious metal (gold and platinum) or precious metal with color bands options found in its Signature collection.
Monogramming has evolved beyond the simple initial or set of initials to more creative, expressive programs across a wider range of materials and product categories and an investment, on the manufacturing end, in engraving machinery to do the work on-site.