William Henry’s bejeweled creations for the quintessential man
The modern day quintessential man isn’t about the perfect suit, gizmos or the owners of high end vehicles only. Now days, a functional piece of equipment like a pocket knife can indeed be more than just handy for the stylish man. In that regard, William Henry, who had shown us his brilliance in the RB8 roller ball, has now created a series of pocket knives, with ample demonstrations of how good he is at giving this otherwise ordinary equipment, a touch apart from the rest. Scott Keating, however is the other person who has lent his jewelry designing expertise into these knives.
B06 Ventana knife
The Ventana Series was originally created as a part of the classic series, used my gentlemen, in the earlier half of the previous century. Using the sleek body design, the opening design of this knife uses a single button near the beck area of the instrument, which one can use to unlock the blade. In terms of the jewelry used, tail end features an exposed window, which displays blue sapphires implanted on the inner steel plate. The rest of the knife features extensive artistic patterns, which add to its aesthetics. Along with the knife, there is the ostrich leather carrying case, and a braided lanyard with sterling fittings.
B05 Monach knife
This category of knives is supposedly the most comfortable knives to hold, because of its broad frame design. In this case, there is the use of exotic materials such as black lip pearl and whole set of 100 black diamonds weighing 1.18K, on a golden base. The use of mammoth tooth is the next exotic addition, which has been chosen out of the fossil which are as old as 10,000 years old, seen in the body of the knife. The ostrich leather carrying case is the other similarity with the rest of the series.
B30 Gentac knife
This knife, just the monarch, has mammoth tooth inlays as an exotic part of its build. Known to be the most robust in the series, this bejeweled version of the instrument has 197 brown diamonds, weighing 2.05 Karat in total weight. Apart from that, the artistic work on Damacus steel blade is indeed exemplary.
The other new additions in the collection of William Henry include 2 other B05 monarch knives, one of which has been inlaid with 168 red rubies, and 158 yellow sapphires (seen 3rd top picture). Other than that, there is the Black Lip pearl with 194 brown diamond versions. Though none of this seems to be great accessory to carry under normal circumstances, but in terms of decoration and practical use, they sure look to add to the styling quotient of the buyer.