Jefferson Davis Rollerball
- Handcrafted Stainless Steel Rollerball
- Limited Edition Collection created from Witness Wood®
- Original pieces of the porch and balusters acquired by History Salvaged that was recovered and removed during the restoration and rebuilding of The Jefferson Davis Home and Presidential Library after being severely damaged by Hurricane Katrina in 2005
- Witness Wood® featured in an heirloom
- Postable cap beauty is polished to bright chrome like finish and features a Witness Wood® jewel cap
- Engraved Jefferson Davis Beauvoir Plantation
- Made in the USA
Each pen is individually handcrafted and therefore may vary in look and feel
Completed in 1852, Jefferson Davis while looking for a quiet retreat to write his books and papers in 1877 rented a pavilion at Beauvoir House. Falling in love with the property agreed to purchase the property and agreed on paying the $5,500 purchase price in 3 installments. Shortly after making the first payment the owner died at which time Davis found out he was the sole heir to Beauvoir and other property. Davis lived at Beauvoir until his death in 1889, when the house passed to his daughter and wife his wife Varna. Mrs. Davis sold Beauvoir to the Mississippi Division of the Sons of Confederate Veterans and was used as a no charge property for Confederate Veterans and their widows until 1957 when sold with the stipulation that it was to be used as a "memorial to Jefferson Davis and the Confederate Soldier".
All pens are handcrafted by Master Pen Craftsman and are made in America.
Each is individually hand made and each varies in look and feel both in grain and shape.
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.