Sheffield Made antique and vintage Silver Fruit Knives
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Pre 1814 Sheffield fruit knife. No makers mark. No cracks in the mother of pearl. A really nice early silver fruit knife. Overall length opened six inches. Stock number 72
1913 Harrison Brothers & Howson. Silver fruit knife. Overall longest size open 6 inches. No cracks. Stock number 73
If you wish to purchase any of these fruit knives just send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Another unique product is our sgian dubhs the traditional Scottish sock dagger. We have used the wood from Lee Enfield rifle butts as the grips for one of these items. Click on the image above to go to the page displaying these traditionally made sgian dubhs.
Hilliard & Thomason of Birmingham. Sheffield made silver fruit knife. Patterned mother of pearl. Size open six inches. No cracks but bend at top of blade. 1876 Birmingham date mark with Sheffield registered makers mark. Stock number 81. Price £55
Small Hilliard & Thomason Sheffield made fruit knife. Patterned mother of pearl grips. No cracks but slightly bent blade. Overall length opened three and half inches. 1876 Birmingham date mark, Sheffield registered makers mark. Stock number 82. Price £50
Edmund Bell of Cemetery Road, Sheffield silver fruit knife. Shaped mother of pearl handle and no flaws. 1878 date mark. Overall size five and half inches. Stock number 83. sold
We have a range of unique keyrings. The one above is made from the armoured plating of a Spitfire shot down in the Battle of Britain. The metal came to us bent twisted and rusted and we have only managed to make nineteen in total. Each one is different and is available in a limited numbered edition of nineteen. Click on the image above to go to the site where the Sheffield made Spitfire keyring is listed.
Sheffield made silver fruit knife. 1870. The mark is I I W & Co Henry Wilkinson. Overall length opened 5 1/2 inches. Nice iridescent mother of pearl with no cracks. Stock number 84. Price £65
Click on the image to view our new range of cufflinks made from Spitfire and Hurricane aircraft which participated in the Battle of Britain. Original relics from one of Britains greatest battles. Visit other sections of our site by clicking on the links below.
Sheffield made fruit knife with the mark of Pearce & Sons, Commercial Street, Leeds. Particularly iridescent mother of pearl with no cracks. Overall length open five and half inches. 1877 date mark. A nice clean example. Price £65 Stock number 85
You can see the history behind some of our Sheffield made products by clicking on the logo above.
Be sure to visit our page of letter openers on our other web site which you can reach by clicking on the image above
We have a new range of leather products derived from historic leather. Items such as card cases made from Soviet cold war era aviation jackets and other vintage leather are on our other web site and be be seen by clicking on the image above.
Made out of ancient driftwood from the Western Isles is this Sheffield made pocket knife. Storm battered probably for centuries the wood has been melded into one harmonious whole.
On our other web site epoch.gifts we have a range of hallmarked solid silver products made by craftsmen over the centuries. Like our Sheffield made knives these silver items are the product of decades of accumulated skills handed down over the generations. We particularly specialise in silver spoons and craftsmen with this skill might have spent a lifetime making nothing but silver spoons.