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Throughout history, sailing has been instrumental in the development of civilization, affording mobility for trade, transport, warfare, and fishing. Its greatest contribution has been the many great explorations in the world. 

This pen captures the romance and adventure of old sailing ships. It has an enchanting scene engraved on the tip of a grand tall ship, while the end is embellished with the captain's wheel and compass. Rope accents can be found throughout and encircling the detailed anchor clip, which given its history, is considered a symbol of well-grounded hope. The pen hardware has an antique brass finish with golden undertones to present a rustic, authentic look of weathered nautical equipment.

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I am always on the lookout for wood from historical ships. I will post photos as soon as I complete these pens. 

To offer a more affordable option, I will continue to make this pen using teak and mahogany.
USS North Carolina
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USS Constitution
USS Missouri
USS New Jersey

I have a few pieces from the USS Constitution, USS Missouri, 
and USS New Jersey.
Nautical Pen - Teak or Mahogany
Nautical Pen - Historical Wood (USS Constitution, USS Missouri, USS New Jersey, USS North Carolina)
Nautical Pen