One of the sharpest and most useable of the chef’s knives we tested, the Richardson Sheffield made light work of most of our challenges. It was perhaps the most impressive overall when it came to the classic paper test (pre and post sharpening) and handled the rest effortlessly.
Similarly one may ask, are Richardson Sheffield knives made in Sheffield?
Made with Pride in Sheffield
One which began at the heart of the steel industry and is proud to return home in the 21st Century. Made in Sheffield by master craftsmen, each knife is hand finished to exacting quality standards.
Besides, do they still make knives in Sheffield?
Sheffield is still home to skilled artisans making Sheffield knives and scissors using traditional methods. … Additionally we have produced a range of commemorative knives using historic wood from various sources.
What is Sheffield cutlery?
Welcome to The Sheffield Cutlery Shop – Made In Sheffield
Welcome to The Sheffield Cutlery Shop – high quality cutlery, knives, silverware and accessories all made in Sheffield, England. We stock only the highest quality items made from professional-grade materials, carefully finished by true Sheffield craftsmen.
Our kitchen knives of the 1839 range are a powerful reminder of these roots. They are actually made in Sheffield, a town in the United Kindom, where the making of our brand began. 1839 was the start of a new chapter for Richardson Sheffield.
Sheffield was famous for its cutlery long before it became Steel City. … The earliest reference to cementation steel making in South Yorkshire is from 1642. The Sheffield steelmaking district had little or no reputation outside the area before Benjamin Huntsman invented crucible steel in 1742.