Stonewall Jackson 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).

Our Stonewall Jackson 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:

There Stands Jackson!

The cornerston of the Stonewall Jackson Monument was first laid by Confederaet Veterans June 25, 1914. It was sculpted by F. William Sievers, a resident of Richmond and creator of the famed Virginia Memorial in Gettysburg. The Jackson monument was officially unveiled on October 11, 1919, Joining Lee’s along Monument Avenue. The day saw an elaborate unveiling ceremony with an accompanying parade wthat included the entire Corps  of Cadets from V.M.I., units of the Va. National Guards, with motor vehicles carrying Governor Westmoreland David and Jackson family members. It was a true Virginia celebration.

General Jackson was an unparralleled leader in his life. His Christian devotion has been admired by every generation. His devotion to duty sets an example that still inspires many. Though his monument in Richmond has fallen, we will always lift him up in our hearts.

Now you can adorn your Christmas tree with this exclusive Jackson Monument Ornament from

*PHOTOGRAPH by Judy Smith Photography

Additional information

Weight .09 lbs
Dimensions 2.5 × .1 × 4 in