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3 Cutlery Designs

Here is a little potted history of 3 well known cutlery designs, often described as Parish Patterns which originated in the Hallamshire district of Sheffield. Cutlery has developed greatly since the time of the Civil War when attempots were being made  to catalogue the makers marks and from simpole knives with bone or ivory handles  cutlery has evolved to the stunning ranges we see today. Three different designs are: Kings Cutlery: This dates principally from the early 19th...
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First Home Checklist: The Essential Kitchen Supplies Setting Up Your First Home; the Kitchen Essentials Whether you're moving into your first home on your own, as a couple or as part of a house share, there will be a long list of items you'll need to buy for each room. Perhaps the most important room to equip first is the kitchen; you'll be spending many hours there cooking and eventually entertaining. If the room is large enough for a table and chairs, it will quickly...
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We know that the products we supply are of the highest quality. It is something we pride ourselves on a great deal. However it still makes us feel good to know that we are not the only ones to rate these products highly. Take Kai Shun knives for instance. They have been used and recommended by Aktar Islam, a rising star and director of leading restaurant Lasan. This beautiful restaurant is well known for its excellent food, service and innovative combinations. Mr Islam knows that only the...
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The History and Origins of Sheffield Silver Silver has always been associated with wealth, class and beauty. It’s a metal which is much prized to collectors and designers of artefacts and jewellery alike due to the look, finish and ease of malleability. One area where silver has been ubiquitously linked is to cutlery and this is through the invention and development of a technique known as Sheffield Silver. Also known as Sheffield Plate, it’s a production technique with a...
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The History and Origins of Sheffield Silver Silver has always been associated with wealth, class and beauty. It’s a metal which is much prized to collectors and designers of artefacts and jewellery alike due to the look, finish and ease of malleability. One area where silver has been ubiquitously linked is to cutlery and this is through the invention and development of a technique known as Sheffield Silver. Also known as Sheffield Plate, it’s a production technique with a...
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