Audubon Park Oak Tree Pen


Your writing will be truly inspired with this exquisite writing instrument created with precious wood sourced from a 150-year-old Southern Live Oak.

The majestic Oak tree stood on the corner of St. Charles Ave. and Walnut St. in Audubon Park, the historic New Orleans monument named for the renowned naturalist John James Audubon. NOLA Pens was the only entity to secure wood from this remarkable tree after it was fallen with termites. Expertly handcrafted to showcase the richness of Live Oak, each pen is characterized by subtleties of grain texture and shade.

These one of a kind, limited edition writing instruments feature the highest quality hardware in 24-karat gold and are fitted with a classic black ink cartridge.

Available in Slim or Large.


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