Floral Heart ❦
A flower-shaped heart is one of the classic typographical symbols for text decoration. It appeared long before the creation of Unicode ans was used by printmakers in complex frames and set ornaments of all kinds. As for printing, such hearts could be implemented for breaking up some parts of the books. The traditional name of this symbol is fleuron or printer's flower. Fleuron is considered to resemble a heart or an ivy leaf. It actually stands as an independent symbol in some popular fonts.
Unicode features three floral hearts, including the rotated 2767 and reflected designs. All of them are made with a heavy black line, with the outline filled black.
The symbol “Floral Heart” is included in the “Fleurons” subblock of the “Dingbats” block and was approved as part of Unicode version 1.1 in 1993.
|Type of paired mirror bracket (bidi)||None|
|Simple case change||2766|
|UTF-8||E2 9D A6||226 157 166||14851494||11100010 10011101 10100110|
|UTF-16BE||27 66||39 102||10086||00100111 01100110|
|UTF-16LE||66 27||102 39||26151||01100110 00100111|
|UTF-32BE||00 00 27 66||0 0 39 102||10086||00000000 00000000 00100111 01100110|
|UTF-32LE||66 27 00 00||102 39 0 0||1713831936||01100110 00100111 00000000 00000000|