The Mary Rose (Oak set in resin) Pens
The Mary Rose was completed in 1512 and was a Carrack type warship of King Henry VIII's English Tudor Navy. She served in several wars against France, Scotland and Brittany but was sunk in battle in 1545 in the Solent. She was eventually raised in 1982 and put on display in Portsmouth's Historic Dockyard, where she has undergone substantial restoration.
The oak used in these unique pens was found at the wreck site and has been set in resin.