The knife's comfortable to hold handle is crafted from the finest sterling silver and carved with swirling vines and a grinning skull design. Inlaid on each side is a solid panel of premium dark grained desert ironwood. This hardy wood is sourced from Arizona's Sonoran desert and boasts some of the most unique patterns of any wood in the world.
A picture window cutaway from the shining sterling silver frame reveals the dark wood, creating a dramatic visual contrast. No two William Henry ironwood inlays will ever look exactly the same. It's one of a kind, just like you.
The Kensington's ultra sharp, ultra strong blade features Damascus steel artisan Chad Nichols' distinctive Boomerang 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.
This is one of William Henry's larger sized knives, featuring the craftsmanship, fine materials and high-tech metals that you'd expect from an esteemed company with numerous Blade magazine awards under its knife belt.
MATERIALS AND ARTISTRY:
Sterling Silver frame
Boomerang Damascus steel blade by Chad Nichols
Desert Ironwood inlay
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 2.63 inches (66.8mm)
Handle 3.58 inches (90.9mm)
Overall open 6.00 inches (152.4mm)
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