Ventana B06 'Iron Bird'

Ventana B06 'Iron Bird'

The Ventana Folder is our homage to the classic gentlemen’s pocket knives of a bygone era, updated and built in unmistakable William Henry style. This design is slimmed down in all ways, comfortable in the hand and in the pocket. The Ventana features our button lock mechanism, but locks completely closed and open. The ‘nail nick’, featured on most classic pocket knives, allows the blade to be opened when the button is depressed. Blade: Stainless 'Herring Bone' damascus by Rob Thomas Frame: Blued damascus by Chad Nichols Scale/Inlay: Meteorite Gemstone: White topaz Carry System: Slip case Mechanism: Two Hand Button Lock Number In Edition: 50

Additional Information

  1. Brand William Henry Studio
  2. MSRP $1,500.00

William Henry Studio

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  • LUX1136
A US company creating exquisite heirloom functional jewelry and luxury accessories, including folding knives, writing instruments, money clips, and golf toolsA US company creating exquisite heirloom functional jewelry and luxury accessories, including folding knives, writing instruments, money clips, and golf tools

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