A beautiful wood ampersand from the 1930s complete with scratches and dents from it's war tone past, one of my favourite wood letters in my collection. Printed on a victorian treadle press like the picture on the packaging, my first time on using this press and I love it, though standing on one leg and trying to get legs, arms and hands all working in unison took some getting use to! I didn't dare put any fast music on in case I treadled too fast and lost my fingers in the process, I tell you who needs a workout dvd when you have a 550lb treadle press, just a pity I can do it with my left leg as I loose all coordination ;o) The back of the coaster features some hand set Verona type which has made a lovely impression in the thick, ink thirsty pulp board. I used the free typeface family Conqueror for my packaging which I found on Font Squirrel and the script is Jane Austen which you download the improved version here. I designed the packaging about three times, went from tied up with string and a tag to my final design which I hope tells a story... Any comments are greatly received!