Lawyers Constitution and Declaration Pen
This handsome pen is from the Signers Mulberry at Summerseat in Morrisville Pennsylvania. Summerseat was not only Washington’s headquarters for a time but also the home of two signers of the Declaration of Independence and the US Constitution – Robert Morris and George Clymer. Some historians believe this Mulberry is the only, still living, tree planted by a signer. Interesting patterns in the wood including what looks like a paisley shape. The pen has no clip because there was no part of the wood I was willing to cover up. Much of this pen has that odd metallic like reflectivity, changing as you tip and turn it. The green bits are of a homemade acrylic to fill in the natural voids.
Steven of Texas, bought a Signers Mulberry pen and wrote – “It’s absolutely gorgeous. My wife is a history major, and the pen brought her to tears.”