One side of the stainless steel pocket knife, called the McDowell Seacloud, features a scrimshaw replica of the famous ship built in 1931 (and still in use today) for famed heiress Marjorie Merriweather Frost. The hand-carving on the other side of the handle is called "humpback skyhopping". It's trimmed with nickle silver roping all around, leading to a beautiful metal "monkey's fist" on the opposite end. The blade is made of the latest ATS.34 stainless steel with a handy built-in lanyard hole. Sam says the Seacloud is his "most beautiful knife." Delivered in a custom-designed leather pouch.