Heritage Pen Blank Variety Pack

Heritage Pen Blanks©

By The Turners workshop

I have been asked to source environmentally sourced woods, via an acquaintance of TTW, we have joined up with a Master Woodsman, who has access to some stunning UK woods, and the best part of it, He sources the wood and knows the full story behind every piece He fells/cuts, this guy is a Woodsman Extraordinaire!

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Heritage Pen Blanks©

By The Turners workshop

I have been asked to source environmentally sourced woods, via an acquaintance of TTW, we have joined up with a Master Woodsman, who has access to some stunning UK woods, and the best part of it, He sources the wood and knows the full story behind every piece He fells/cuts, this guy is a Woodsman Extraordinaire!

7 Blank Variety Pack contains the following all numbered with certificates of authenticity included:-

English Yew:

From a 250yr tree grown in the grounds of Rufford Abbey, it was believed to have been planted as part of the original driveway up to the Abbey.

Wych Elm:

Cut from a 200yr old tree grown in the grounds of the village church in Bradwell in the Peak National Park

English Elm:

150yr old Hedge boundary tree, Haywood Oaks, Nottinghamshire. Blew down in storms during the winter of 2013.

 Copper Beech:

125yr old From the garden of the Carmelite Monastery Notting Hill, London, tree blew down in storms during 2012.

London Plane / Lacewood:

From the garden of the Carmelite Monastery Notting Hill, London, trees were planted when the monastery was built in 1886,

Felled in 2013 as they were thought to be the cause of collapsing drains in the monastery, they weren’t, it was more to do with the monastery being built

On London sand!

Sweet Chestnut:

Taken from a tree that was planted in 1660’s at the beginning of the restoration period, it was the favourite estate of the then owner the Duke of Newcastle, Prior to his ownership it had formed part of what was once King John’s hunting deer park. The woodland dates back to 1100’s. 

The tree fell during high winds in 2007

Olive Ash:

230yr old Boundary tree from Halam, Nottinghamshire.

Beautiful Blanks, the recipients of your pens with love the history behind the wood.

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