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Scala Jewel Pro

Scala Jewel Pro

by Martin Majoor
Individual Styles from $29.00
Complete family of 4 fonts: $99.00
Scala Jewel Pro Font Family was designed by Martin Majoor and published by Martin Majoor. Scala Jewel Pro contains 4 styles and family package options.

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About Scala Jewel Pro Font Family


Scala Jewels is a set of four highly decorative typefaces, based on the bold capitals of Scala. Whereas Crystal and Pearl are modelled on historic examples, Diamond and Saphyr are original designs. Scala Jewels offers the possibility to set decorated borders, designed in the style of each of the four variations. There are corners and different sorts of long and short elements. One of the best ways to use Scala Jewels is as a two- or three-line drop cap at the start of a chapter.


The award-winning Scala family (1990-1993) is a worldwide bestseller and has established itself as a ‘classic’ among digital fonts.

Designers: Martin Majoor

Publisher: Martin Majoor

Foundry: Martin Majoor

Design Owner: Martin Majoor

MyFonts debut: May 4, 2023

Scala Jewel Pro

About Martin Majoor

Martin Majoor has built a long career as a typeface designer starting in the late 1980s. His independent type foundry Martin Majoor offers several award-winning font families that have their strength in editorial use, but are also suitable as display typeface. The Scala family (1990) is a worldwide bestseller and has established itself as a 'classic' among digital fonts. Seria (2000) is a delicately proportioned text typeface. Nexus (2004) is an extensive type family with four different font styles, including a slab design and a typewriter font. Comma Base (2021) is an interesting mix between a sans and a serif font, it offers the best of both worlds. Majoor’s typeface designs are known for the consistent availability of matching serif and sans versions.

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