Amalia by Nikola Djurek, was started in 2004. It developed naturally after sessions of practicing writing with pointed pen. Soon after, the first, one-weight digital version was designed. Next, Djurek completed the family with three more weights and made further amendments to the original design.
The typeface was named after Nikola's grandmother Amalia, who was
extremely handy at writing with pointed pen and who was embroidering her sketches on table cloths.
Amalia is an elegant typeface suitable for composing text of various length - from poetry to novels. Amalia comes in four weights: Normal, Semibold, Bold and Black in roman and italic designs, its character set includes Small Caps, ligatures, superiors and inferiors characters and figures, as well as a full range of accented characters.
Amalia supports 112 different languages such as Spanish, English, Portuguese, German and French in Latin scripts. (Please note that not all languages are available for all formats.)