Sheffield Cutlery Flatware & Gifts


Sheffield Cutlery

SHEFFIELD CUTLERY

Sheffield-Made Cutlery/Flatware

We can offer you many well known and traditional patterns, all Made In Sheffield. Here is a list of some that you will know well and some that you might not have heard of before. If the cutlery pattern is available from us, you will see a link to the options below each style.

How you build your collection is dependent on your requirements. You can create whatever combinations you prefer whether this is full sets or loose items or accompanying accessories. There is no minium order number.

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PATTERNS AVAILABLE

BAGUETTE
French style adaptation of Rattail from 1929 that merges the Continental handle shape with a Rattail design.

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Sheffield Cutlery - Baguette

BEAD
An enduringly popular cutlery style designed by Hester Bateman, silversmith. Beading around the edges give this style its name.

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CHESTER
A 1950s designed pattern made for the Duke of Westminster whose estate borders on the city of Chester.

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Sheffield Cutlery - Chester

CONTINENTAL THREAD
A simple round-ended handle shape with a thread line bordering the full length of the handle. Also known as English Thread.

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DUBARRY
Dubarry is an ever popular design from the early part of the 20th century. This pattern made it onto the Titanic and other White Star Line vessels. Dubarry cutlery can also be viewed aboard the Royal Yacht Britannia which vessel is on permanent display in Edinburgh, Scotland.

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Sheffield Cutlery - Dubarry

EMPIRE
Understated yet elegant design style with a cross-over twin border along the handle borders. Named in honour of the British Empire.

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FRENCH LEAF
A subtly pleasing edge design to this pattern that will grace any dining table.

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Sheffield Cutlery - French Leaf

GRECIAN
Grecian pattern was designed in Sheffield in 1929 and has a 'cut-off' corner style with a single bevelled edge.

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Sheffield Cutlery - Grecian

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HARLEY
A traditional pattern designed in the 1930's that looks modern and ensures its popularity in the 21st century. Slim and stylish handles with attractive ridges along the length and a neat handle-end.

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Sheffield Cutlery - Harley

JESMOND
One of our favourite styles that looks elegant and perfect for any dinner party. Note the scroll end of the handles. The pattern dates from 1925 by W. Pulling and W. Turner.

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Jesmond
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Sheffield Cutlery - Jesmond

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KINGS
A simpler style of Queens which is nevertheless elegant in appearance. This is one of our most popular patterns that has remained in demand for nearly 2 centuries.

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Sheffield Cutlery - Kings

LA REGENCE
Ornate and elaborate design on the handles of these pieces. There is a small area that might accept an initial or two of engraving.

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Sheffield Cutlery - La Regence

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OLD ENGLISH
One of the simplest patterns on the market which might explain its long endurance since it was first designed around 1760. The ’pip’ (the double crescent shape on the handle end) is located on the underside of the spoon. Old English cutlery retains its pip placement for the spoons.

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Sheffield Cutlery - Old English

PLAIN FIDDLE
A more modern version of Fiddle pattern that omits the spoon/fork ‘ears’ to give a ‘rounder’ shape.

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Sheffield Cutlery - Plain Fiddle

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RATTAIL
Rattail dates from the early part of the 17th century comprises pieces with an upward facing ‘pip’ (the double crescent shape on the handle ends) and a rib along the handle shaft.

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Sheffield Cutlery - Rattail

RIBBON & BOW
Also known as Reed & Ribbon but goes by the name of Ribbon & Bow via the Sheffield brand.

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Sheffield Cutlery - Ribon & Bow