The Copper Olive - is a handcrafted Wall St. II pen made of Certified Authentic Bethlehem Olive Wood, and finished with beautiful copper and black trim. John Akerman is the craftsman who created this elegant pen. The warm brown tones of the wood reflects the deep grains, bringing the pen all together with the darker trim. The Copper Olive is a pen that will catch the attention of many, mainly those with good taste! This beautiful and unique Wall St. II pen is a piece of art. This style of pen, is a favorite of many. Wall Street II Pens are all about the business, they're a little bit classy, a little bit executive, and a lot of function. Wall Street pens are a perfect fit... not too big, not too bulky, not too slim... they are just right!
The Certificate of Authentic Bethlehem Olive Wood states: "We certify that this product is Authentic Bethlehem Olive. Bethlehem Olive, also referred to as Holy Land Olive, has been around for centuries. Known as the tree of peace and prosperity, Olive has many religious connotations, stemming from references in the Bible. The wood is derived from fruit-bearing Olive trees that have either reached the end of their productive cycle or from the pruning process. The rich texture and color is due to the age of these trees."
This pen will be shipped with it’s own black velvet pen sleeve (no additional charge) - great for protection or for gift giving!
Gift boxes are also available for an additional charge, if desired please indicate under Gift Options.
(Display stand is not included)
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Ship items back to me within: 21 days of delivery
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