Crown Pen in Rose Gold

After marrying into the Gardner family of Boston, Isabella Stewart Gardner had her Stewart descent traced directly back to King Fergus I of Scotland, and found that she "shared an ancestor with Mary Queen of Scots." This revelation caused her to join the Order of the White Rose; she also commissioned a costume made like that of the Queen so that she could commemorate the queen's death with appropriate ritual.   

To honor Mrs. Gardner's interest in royal figures, we present this vacuum plated crown pen in rose gold, cast from brass metal. This luxury pen writes in black ink pen and is refillable. It comes ready to gift in its own box. 



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