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Here is two of the fonts, you can use instead. Birds of Paradise Tagettes It will be great, If you found this helpful.
You're definitely right about it being hand-lettered. Look at the repeating characters: o, e a, m, l... no two letters are exactly the same. I spent a few minutes looking through Script fonts on veer.com and myfonts.com for something similar, these are the best I could find: Harman Script Salt and Spices Artistelle With a little more time spent ...
The Baker Signet looks very close:
This is Arkitech Light by Neogrey Creative. I found this using What Font is, a font search engine similar to WhatTheFont but it searches free fonts. Any time WhatTheFont can't identify a sample, it's a good indication that it's a free font.
The low quality sample makes it difficult to tell if it's an exact match, but if you de-skew the sample from your original question then WhatTheFont suggests Mrs Eaves All Petite Caps. It matches almost perfectly if you squash it a bit
The font is: Hoefler Text Source I inspected the font element in order to find this. It said: font-family: "Hoefler Text A","Hoefler Text B",Georgia,"Times New Roman","DejaVu Serif",serif; Downloading the font would be violating the font usage subscription service they have set up for webfonts.
I don't know the name of the fonts used on the site but I can show you a way to download them! Follow the steps In Chrome right click on the page and select "Inspect Elements" Select Resources Tab Expand the "Frames" folder till you can find "Fonts" That's it! The listed fonts are used in the website! You can download them also! Just right click on ...
While searching for something entirely different in the Arial MS Unicode glyph set in Adobe InDesign, I came across this section: This shows that there is a dedicated set of Unicode Code points for the control characters, and indeed looking it up on Unicode.org you can find them in code block U+2400. This gives you a Unicode code point to look for in a ...
I suspect this is not a 'font' at all, but rather a sample of somebody's handwriting. Look closely at some of the duplicate letters (e.g. e), and you will notice there are subtle differences and ink blots. The differences are easily spotted in the full-size version of the image.
As was said the logo was lettered, but probably inspired by real font (the author says he does not use font, nevertheless you can see some similarities) - Confetti Font
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