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Vintage 40's 1-XL George Wostenholm by mountainmantrading on Etsy

Vintage 40's 1-XL George Wostenholm Sheffield England Whittler Pocket Knife with French Ivory Handle

Vintage 40's 1-XL George Wostenholm by mountainmantrading on Etsy

Revival of the little mesters: a Sheffield pocket knife maker – in pictures | UK news | The Guardian

Revival of the little mesters: a Sheffield pocket knife maker – in pictures

Revival of the little mesters: a Sheffield pocket knife maker – in pictures | UK news | The Guardian

The Norfolk Knife by Rodgers and Son Sheffield.  The last blade # 2000 went of for the Millenium .. ( my family worked at Rodgers )  Rodgers made cutlery for the royal family. read the Rodgers story on the link  Stanley Tools bought the Norfolk knife at Auction to keep it in Sheffield  it is now on Display in The Cutlers Hall in The Centre of Sheffield..

The Norfolk Knife by Rodgers and Son Sheffield. The last blade # 2000 went of for the Millenium .. ( my family worked at Rodgers ) Rodgers made cutlery for the royal family. read the Rodgers story on the link Stanley Tools bought the Norfolk knife at Auction to keep it in Sheffield it is now on Display in The Cutlers Hall in The Centre of Sheffield..

One of the finest miniature folding knives known in the world! Made by Joseph Rodgers & Sons, Sheffield, England, about 1850, possibly for the 1851 Crystal Palace Exhibition in London. This is an extraordinary exhibition knife, that would have been made by Joseph Rodgers most senior master cutler, and he may have spent well over a year on the project. It features 40 blades...

One of the finest miniature folding knives known in the world! Made by Joseph Rodgers & Sons, Sheffield, England, about 1850, possibly for the 1851 Crystal Palace Exhibition in London. This is an extraordinary exhibition knife, that would have been made by Joseph Rodgers most senior master cutler, and he may have spent well over a year on the project. It features 40 blades...

The Royal Collection: Pocket knife By Rodgers and Son   Sheffield Yorkshire made 1820   Acquirer: George IV, King of the United Kingdom (1762-1830) Provenance:  This formidable example of the cutler's craft was presented to George IV in February 1821  t  The firm of Rodgers was established in 1682 and by 1821 they were the most prominent cutlers in Sheffield. The proprietor at this date was John Rodgers  who successfully introduced the Bowey knife to North America.

The Royal Collection: Pocket knife By Rodgers and Son Sheffield Yorkshire made 1820 Acquirer: George IV, King of the United Kingdom (1762-1830) Provenance: This formidable example of the cutler's craft was presented to George IV in February 1821 t The firm of Rodgers was established in 1682 and by 1821 they were the most prominent cutlers in Sheffield. The proprietor at this date was John Rodgers who successfully introduced the Bowey knife to North America.

EARLY 19TH CENTURY 3 1/8” SHEFFIELD GEORGIAN QUILL FOLDING KNIFE

EARLY 19TH CENTURY 3 1/8” SHEFFIELD GEORGIAN QUILL FOLDING KNIFE

British Navy Jack Knife STANDARD ISSUE SINCE THE HEYDAY OF THE EMPIRE Made in Sheffield, England

British Navy Jack Knife

British Navy Jack Knife STANDARD ISSUE SINCE THE HEYDAY OF THE EMPIRE Made in Sheffield, England

Check out this item in my Etsy shop https://www.etsy.com/uk/listing/268291113/vintage-ixl-schrade-wostenholm

Vintage I.XL Schrade Wostenholm Commemorative Stockmans Knife, Vintage 1980 IXL Wostenholm Pocket Knife, Rosewood Handle, Sheffield England

Check out this item in my Etsy shop https://www.etsy.com/uk/listing/268291113/vintage-ixl-schrade-wostenholm

Vintage Sheffield England Sleeveboard Fancy Spring Jack Pen Old Pocket Knife

Vintage Sheffield England Sleeveboard Fancy Spring Jack Pen Old Pocket Knife

Sheffield-made knives

Sheffield-made knives

A Victorian silver and tortoiseshell handled folding fruit knife and fork by Thomas Marples, Sheffield 1886. The spoon is by James & Josiah Williams, (Exeter, 1865). Sold for £380. Photo: The Canterbury Auction Galleries

A Victorian silver and tortoiseshell handled folding fruit knife and fork by Thomas Marples, Sheffield 1886. The spoon is by James & Josiah Williams, (Exeter, 1865). Sold for £380. Photo: The Canterbury Auction Galleries

eJohn Watts Sheffield Exhibition Knife 8 Blade Plus Tooth Pick and Tweezers Antique Elephant Ivory Slip Joint Made Between 1920's - 1930's - John Watts custom knife - image 1

eJohn Watts Sheffield Exhibition Knife 8 Blade Plus Tooth Pick and Tweezers Antique Elephant Ivory Slip Joint Made Between 1920's - 1930's - John Watts custom knife - image 1

1650 Between 1650 and 1700, the peasant knife (or “penny knife”) became an affordable and widely distributed option for the first time in history. Sheffield, England became the epicenter of production. The cost made them popular items with farmers and workers. Opinel still makes knives reminiscent of these classics.

The History Of The Pocket Knife

1650 Between 1650 and 1700, the peasant knife (or “penny knife”) became an affordable and widely distributed option for the first time in history. Sheffield, England became the epicenter of production. The cost made them popular items with farmers and workers. Opinel still makes knives reminiscent of these classics.

Sheffield exhibition knife sold from my collection. More here. www.etsy.com/shop/GoldenHourMinerals

Sheffield exhibition knife sold from my collection. More here. www.etsy.com/shop/GoldenHourMinerals