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Happy New Year and Welcome

Belated Happy New Year Everyone. Welcome to all new members. Apologies for not being on board much last year. I'm hoping we can get this fo…

Started by Smiling-Knife

2 Dec 13, 2017
Reply by John Ward

Perhaps-Last of the Big Bowies from England?

Started by Brian LeClair

6 Jul 2, 2016
Reply by Brian LeClair

Looking for Information on this older Sheffield

First of all let me say thank you for adding me to the group. I am fairly new to knife collecting, so please bear with me.  Here is an old…

Started by Mike Baugh

6 Dec 17, 2014
Reply by Mike Baugh

THE METAL MANUFACTURES OF THE SHEFFIELD DISTRICT

This is interesting.  Notice most of the women (or girls) in the industry at that time did not have regular job descriptions but then there…

Started by Jan Carter

1 Aug 3, 2014
Reply by Michelle "Fingers" DellaPelle

Snake Brand - *Sheffield*

Here a few photos of a knife I recently bought.  I really don't know much about it.  Jan Carter suggested I post on this page to see if any…

Started by Jacob White

10 Jun 6, 2014
Reply by Jacob White

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Sheffield Cutlery

A relatively new book is Tweedales Directory of Sheffield Cutlery Manufacturers 1740-2010 on lulu.com It's worth looking at. We currently h…

Started by M. Carpenter

5 Oct 6, 2013
Reply by Jan Carter

Sheffield Fixed Blade Knives

Hi Everyone. Please post your Sheffield made fixed blade knives here. I was fortunate enough to find this little beauty yesterday. I think…

Started by Smiling-Knife

0 Sep 21, 2013

19TH CENTURY BIG STAG CATTLE/SPORTSMAN KNIFE BY SHEFFIELD CUTLERY-FOUR ACRE

This is a big stag four blade cattle type pattern in a sportsman configuraton. It has a long pull master clip marked SHEFFIELD CUTLERY , wh…

Started by Rick Hooper

13 Apr 25, 2013
Reply by Rick Hooper

Sheffield Pruning Knives

Sheffield cutlers produced some very fine pruning knives. This one was made by Harrison Bros & Howson circa 1920. Looking forward to se…

Started by Smiling-Knife

7 Feb 25, 2013
Reply by Smiling-Knife

The Early Days of Sheffield Cutlery - Historical Facts

  The very early Sheffield knives carried the stamp "GR".  The initials belong to King George and Green River Knives. Knifemaker, Ted Dowe…

Started by Steve Hanner

0 May 29, 2012

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