Griffin Wax Seal
Sealing is an art form steeped in history. Historically, wax seals were used as personal signatures and George Washington often used a griffin seal to sign his correspondence.
The mythological flying griffin, a winged lion's body with a bird's head, appeared on the Washington family coat-of-arms and George Washington placed the crest on many of his most important possessions, including his bookplates, silver plates, and presidential coach.
Use his seal to add a personal touch and embellish your gifts and greetings.
The set includes a 1/2" x 3/4" griffin seal and a 4” long stick of traditional red wax.