If taste and elegance matter as much to the knife enthusiast and collector as ruggedness and performance, the line of William Henry Knives available at KnifeArt is sure to check off all the appropriate boxes. In addition to the maker's exquisite collection of high-end pens, money clips and accessories, William Henry makes knives that take a backseat to no brand when it comes to class, style and exacting quality standards.
The William Henry B30 TMW Fossil Bone & Damascus Folding Knife has a 3-inch blade with a symmetrical wave pattern ZDP-189 stainless steel core Damascus and a titanium handle with a stunning selection of fossil mammoth bone inlaid in the scales. The button and the thumb stud feature citrine inlays. A lightweight knife that's just 1.7 ounces and 7 inches overall, the B30 is completed in a sterling silver bale with a black lanyard and sterling silver beads. Your individually numbered collector's knife comes with a first-class wood presentation box.
The William Henry B30 Pangaea Dinosaur Bone and Damascus Folding Knife's hand-carved sterling silver frame handle features stabilized dinosaur bone from the distant past, but the 3-inch stainless raindrop pattern Damascus blade designed by Mike Norris is modern and exceptional. A black leather clip case comes with the B30 folder, which has a white sapphire inlay on the button lock and a diamond in the thumb stud. The knife comes with a black leather lanyard and stainless steel beads. You get the B30 in a wood presentation box, and the knife is individually numbered.
For a unique, high-end knife that enthusiasts are sure to love, the William Henry B05 Pipe Creek Damascus and Silver Folding Knife has an exotic looking handle made from cocobolo wood and a 2.6-inch stainless steel blade designed by Chad Nichols with a jet stream Damascus pattern and a hand-carved sterling silver bolster. The knife weighs 2 ounces and has a full length of 5.8 inches. The B05 Pipe Creek Damascus and Silver Folding Knife includes a brown leather clip case, a brown leather lanyard and stainless steel beads.
Many of the William Henry Knives sold by KnifeArt are limited edition collector's items, so if you see something you love, it may behoove you to move quickly and place an order while supplies last. You don't want to regret being late to the party when the merchandise is this impressive.