Special HOLLEY Pocket Knives @ Plimoth Plantation Museum Store
Dear HOLLEY Fans Yonder and Abroad,
HOLLEY is pleased to announce that specially-crafted pocket knives are available exclusively at Plimoth Plantation's museum shops in Plymouth, Massachusetts. The scales (sides) of these limited edition pocket knives are made from wood salvaged during the Mayflower II restoration project, which is taking place at Mystic Seaport in Connecticut. Some of the Holley knives incorporate Douglas Fir reclaimed from the decking of the ship, while others utilize white oak that was used for the structural elements.
"I don't think you could find a better example of those seeking Action and Adventure than the Pilgrims on the original Mayflower in 1620, a full two hundred plus years before HOLLEY. We're proud to be working with Plimoth Plantation, one of the finest museums in the USA," said V.J. Maury.
Follow Plimoth Plantation's restoration of this national treasure at http://plimoth.org/mayflowerII-blog/.