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William Henry B12 Silver Falls - Mammoth Tooth & Gold Inlay Folding Knife

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William Henry B12 Silver Falls - Mammoth Tooth & Gold Inlay Folding Knife
William Henry B12 Silver Falls - Mammoth Tooth & Gold Inlay Folding KnifeWilliam Henry B12 Silver Falls - Mammoth Tooth & Gold Inlay Folding KnifeWilliam Henry B12 Silver Falls - Mammoth Tooth & Gold Inlay Folding Knife
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The William Henry B12 Silver Falls mammoth tooth and gold inlay folding knife is rare, useful and stunning. With a 3-inch blade and a total length of 6.81 inches, this 2.8-ounce knife is light and easy to carry. One of only 250 individually numbered knives, the William Henry B12 Silver Falls comes with a certificate of authenticity in an upscale wood presentation box.

The special-edition William Henry B12 Silver Falls folding knife features fossilized mammoth tooth handles and a wave-patterned Damascus steel blade. The thumb stud and button release are inlaid with blazing red topaz gems, making this one of the most strikingly beautiful knives you’ll ever hold. With a solid button-lock design and integral frame, this knife is as safe and useful as it is attractive. It comes with a brown leather William Henry clip pocket case.

MAKER: William Henry Knives
BLADE SIZE: 3"
TOTAL SIZE: 6.81"
BLADE MATERIAL: Stainless Wave Pattern Damascus with a cutting core of ZDP-189 steel.
BOLSTERS: Koftgari - 24k gold & Silver
HANDLE: Fossil Mammoth Tooth
WEIGHT: 2.8 oz.

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5  B12 Silver Falls, William Henry B12 Silver Falls - Mammoth Tooth & Gold Inlay Folding Knife
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The item was delivered promptly in undamaged condition. There were 2 defects in the gold and silver ingraving on the obverse bolster, almost too tiny to notice, likely of studio origin. Considering the crafting process, probably shouldn't even be mentioned. I am quite happy with my purchase. L. Newton

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