William Henry Gentac Anchorage Pocket Knife
By: William Henry
Limited edition pocket knife made of 'Rolling Rock' Damascus steel with a 100,000 year-old fossil coral inlay.
- 'Hornets Nest' Damascus Steel Blade
- 100,000 Year-Old Fossil Coral Inlay
- One-Hand Button Lock System
- Limited Edition of 100 Pieces
The Gentac Anchorage pocket knife from William Henry is handforged from beautiful and unique materials. A hand-made 'Rolling Rock' damascus steel by Chad Nichols is used in the frame and 'Hornet's Nest' Damascus for the blade. Other details include a 100,000 year-old fossil coral inlay and spinel gemstones on the one-hand button lock and thumb stud.
All handmade items are unique and may have a slight variation in appearance.
Materials: 'Rolling Rock' Damascus, 'Hornet's Nest' Damascus, 100,000 year-old fossil coral, Spinel Gemstones
Blade Length: 3.25"
Overall Length: 7.00" Open, 3.80" Closed
Locking Mechanism: One-Hand Button Lock
Manufactured: McMinville, Oregon
Knife can be sharpened using conventional methods—do not use an electric sharpener. Sharpening angle should range between 18 and 22 degrees. Alternatively, knives can be sent to William Henry for expert sharpening.
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Wrong Size? Changed Your Mind? No Problem! If you're not happy, then we aren’t either. You are welcome to return your online order under the following conditions.
- It's within 60 days of your order.
- The product is in new condition.
William Henry produces award-winning knives and accessories. Founded in 1997 in Oregon, the company and its artisans are known for their heirloom quality pieces. They use state-of-the-art alloys, natural materials, precious metals and gemstones. Each model is made in extremely limited quantities, using a range of exquisite techniques both cutting edge and traditional.