Our Cedar Bridge Tavern pens are made to commemorate the “Affair at Cedar Bridge”. Recognized as the “Last battle of the American Revolution”, the Affair at Cedar Bridge was fought in Barnegat, NJ on December 27, 1782 at the site of a circa 1740 building along the Cedar Creek, the Cedar Bridge Tavern.
The Cedar Bridge Tavern Fountain Pen is the largest pen History Salvaged produces. Made from wood given to History Salvaged by the long time owner of the Tavern, Rudy Koenig, the wood was removed from the Tavern during one of Rudy’s routine renovations and restorations.
This master-piece work of art is a beefy pen with a hefty feel, perfectly balanced. Its threaded cap features a genuine Swarovski crystal in the clip with a Rhodium and 22K Gold hand carved design. The 18K Gold medium nib is made in Germany with iridium point for smooth writing.
This History Salvaged featured pen also comes with a 30ml bottle of J. Herbin Perle Noir ink.
M. Herbin first created this line of ink in his shop on the Rue des Fosses Saint-Germain in Paris in 1700 where it is still produced using all natural dyes.
All pens include one engraving detailing the origin: Cedar Bridge Tavern or Affair at Cedar Bridge
All pens are handcrafted by or under the supervision of our Master Pen Craftsman and are made in America.
Each is individually hand made and each varies in look and feel.
All History Salvaged product is guaranteed authentic and made utilizing the wood describe and in conjunction with our partner clients.
All History Salvaged products arrive in Eco-Friendly packaging.