J.E.B. Stuart Monument Ornament


  • Made in the USA
  • Size: 4” x 2.5
  • Solid metal
  • A ConfederateShop exclusive item


Ever since the statues on Monument avenue were attacked and eventually removed, ConfederateShop has been on a mission to commemorate our heroic statues by offering a variety of iconic products.  Now you can join in grabbing the second ornament in our collection of Confederate Monument ornaments.

click here for the Lee ornament,

Click here for the Jackson Ornament

Our J.E.B. Stuart Ornament is made entirely of bronze colored tin, with an ornate laser cut frame overlay, with the photograph of the Jackson monument in the center.

Description on the back of the product box:

Follow the Feather of Stuart Tonight!
When General J.E.B. Stuart passed away in Richmond, May 12, 1864, the city immediately committed to raising a memorial to Virginia’s Last Cavalier.  However, due to the hardships of Reconstruction, it took 27 years for fundraising to begin.  It wasn’t until 1904, that Fred Moyniham was selected to execute the new monument.
The Stuart Monument was unveiled by his own granddaughter, “Little Miss” Virginia Stuart Walker, during the 1907 annual convention of the United Confederate Veterans.  Stuart’s widow and 500 of his cavalrymen were in attendance along with 60,000 people.
Jeb Stuart embodied the spirit and vigor of Olde Virginny.  His bravery, dash and gallantry serve as an inspiration to young Southerners to this day.  As Lee’s Cavalry Commander, he was the trusted eyes of the Army of Northern Virginia.  This is the third Collector’s Christmas Ornament for Monument Avenue, exclusively from Confederateshop.com.
Deo Vindice

*PHOTOGRAPH by Judy Smith Photography

Additional information

Weight .09 lbs
Dimensions 2.5 × 1 × 4 in