Handmade Pecan Wood Pen

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Handmade Pecan Wood Pen

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Though the Battle of Franklin raged through the town of Franklin, scarring the landscape, claiming thousands of lives, and changing the community forever, a small pecan tree survived in the Carnton garden.  This tree began its life around the time the Civil War began and died 150 years late.  Its wood was milled, and this pen was fashioned from that pecan tree by Dr. Gary Strobel, Montana State University. 

Grain and color of wood will vary. 

 

One ballpoint pen.  Handmade from a Pecan tree that stood in the Carnton gardens. 

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