Perhaps the most unique aspect of this authentically American brand is the use of interesting and rare materials in their designs. Meteorite, gemstone, fossil, and metal applications are common in these unique creations. Here is a closer look at some of the most identifiable rare materials used by William Henry.
What do mammoth tooth, dinosaur bone, walrus tusk, and coral all have in common? For the creative minds over at William Henry, they are fossilized materials added into their unique creations.
Woolly Mammoth Tooth Fossil
Nearly 10,000 years ago the woolly mammoth walked the earth. The woolly mammoth is the next most depicted animal in Ice Age art after horses and bison, with images dating back to nearly 12,000 years ago. Today, cave drawings of mammoths have been found in Russia, France, and Spain. William Henry has harvested Mammoth tooth fossils in both Alaska and Siberia for use in their designs. While mammoth tooth is a rare fossil, perhaps the most exotic fossil used by William Henry is dinosaur bone.