Sheffield made pocket knives and other Sheffield made folding knives some made using historic wood plus a range of unique Sheffield made gifts
We have a range of unique gifts on our site. The range of Shefffield made pocket knives and other Sheffield made folding knives increases all the time. Some of our Sheffield made pocket knives have exotic wood grips and some Sheffield made pocket knives incorporate mammoth ivory. All our Sheffield made pocket knives are made by skilled craftsmen in the traditional way Sheffield made knives were always made. We have also tried to put together gifts which are out of the ordinary and which in some cases we have had specially made for us. To commemorate WW1 we have a range of unique products on our WW1 centenary page. This range of Great War items will increase steadily over the coming months and will continue to change as the centenaries of the various battles come round. In particular we have a folding Sheffield made knife with grips made from the walnut wood from Lee Enfield rifle butts.
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We have a range of historic and commemorative coins and medals set in historic wood which has associations with those medals and coins . Wood salvaged from HMS Victory Nelson’s flagship at the Battle of Trafalgar has been utilised for the display of commemorative coins and medals associated with various anniversaries commemorating both Nelson’s death and the Anniversary of the Battle. The copper medal struck from copper from one of Nelson’s other flagships the Foudroyant is also available set in the wood from the Victory. The Foudroyant medal was struck from copper salvaged from the ship when it foundered on Blackpool beach.
2015 marked the 200th Anniversary of the Battle of Waterloo and we have a Sheffield made folding knife knife engraved with the dates of the battle The Sheffield made pocket knife knife grips are made from 18th century oak originating from St.James’s Square which was the place where the Waterloo Despatch following the battle was delivered to the King. Click on the image above to see it.
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Our newest Sheffield made pocket knife is made using wood of the same type that was used in the only Faberge egg which utilised wooden panels. The Faberge egg was made for the last Tsar of Russia and the wood is a specific type of birch grown in extreme conditions in parts of Russia . We have reverted to brass square bolsters which beautifully offsets the colours and patterns in the wood. Click on the image to see it.
We have Sheffield made pocket knives utilsing the walnut from Lee Enfield rifle butts with the blades engraved with the centenaries of the battles of the Great War. We supply a letter on hand made paper telling you about the Sheffied made pocket knife and the Lee Enfield rifle butt walnut. These Sheffield made pocket knives are made and engraved in Sheffield and the blades are carbon steel. View the engraved blade knives here.
We have a new web site rasoir.uk click on the logo on the left to see it.That site contains a fine range of scissors, safety razors, open razors and shaving brushes.
To view our range of Sheffield made Sgian Dubhs made with ancient wood click on the sgian dubh image on the left and that will take to the page with these historic Scottish knives on.
Take a look at our Sheffield made Bowie knives. Made in the same traditional way they always were. Click on the image on the left.Given the highly skilled work involved in making a Sheffield knife purchasers can be sure that they are obtaining a genuine product which can be both treasured and used. The Sheffield pocket knife ranges utilising historic wood and even mammoth ivory are all each in their own way historic pieces.
We send out a brief newsletter about once a month and if you would like to receive it send us and email to firstname.lastname@example.org In particular some of our Sheffield made pocket knives with unusual grips go pretty quickly and the newsletter will advise you when they come in.