Shipwreck logwood ballpoint pen
Ballpoint pen from most unusual shipwreck wood. NOW SOLD. MORE AVAILABLE NEXT WEEK.
This unusual pen is made from a very special wood. Known as Logwood , it was part of the cargo of a sailing ship believed to be the Mary Scott which sank off Point Lynas, Anglesey in 1842. Logwood was highly prized as a dye at the time and was enroute from the Americas. Lumps of this wood still come ashore to this day. The pen has gunmetal style fittings and comes in an attractive black case.
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