William Penn # P;AOD2642 Box Elder
This William Penn Pen is made from a Box Elder that was growing on land that was part of the colonial country manor of Founding Father William Penn. It, and a number of other trees, was removed to make room for a boat launch and parking lot on the Delaware River. The color is all-natural though somewhat rare in the wood. The red blade has an eye in it that has a most interesting reflective quality when moved around in the light. CAUTION: the red color is photosensitive, it will fade to brown if exposed to strong light for extended periods.
Noelia of Orlando got a William Penn Pen and said – “Awesome product, great communication with the vender and the gift was a hit! All of the little details were looked over so carefully! I'm very pleased and will purchase again. Thank you Marc!”