The gleaming brown and silver colored Mokume Gane frame embedded in the handle was hand forged by William Henry artisan Mike Sakmar.
Mokume Gane is a long lost Japanese metalworking technique once used to decorate the hilts of ancient Samurai swords. The painstaking metal fusing process duplicates the look of rich wood grain.
An ultra strong frame of aerospace grade titanium adds a modern industrial vibe to the Moray's vintage look.
The ultra sharp, ultra strong blade features Damascus steel artisan Chad Nichols' distinctive Ripple pattern, hand forged from folded layers of metal alloys.
Citrine gemstones add a sunburst of organic yellow to the knife's thumb stud and one hand button lock. Open the blade with the thumb stud until it firmly locks in place. That audible click is music to a knife aficionado's ears.
William Henry has been the world's top designer of men's luxury pocketknives for nearly twenty years, with several consecutive Blade magazine Knife of the Year awards proudly displayed on its Oregon studio shelf.
Whether you're a veteran collector looking for a high-end everyday use knife, or a welcome new member to the exclusive club of William Henry pocket knife owners, you'll love the vintage meets modern design of the Rogue Moray men's knife.
MATERIALS AND ARTISTRY:
Ripple Damascus steel blade by Chad Nichols
Aerospace Grade Titanium frame
89 Layer Mokume Gane inlay by Mike Sakmar
Citrine gemstone thumb stud and button lock
One-hand button lock system
Leather carrying case
Shipped in an elegant wood presentation box
Dated certificate of authenticity
Blade 3.88 inches (98.5mm)
Handle 4.63 inches (117.6mm)
Overall open 7.75 inches (196.8mm)
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