Fans of cooking, and amateur chefs listen up, we have news that may excite you. Go-Electrical has added Richardson Sheffield knives to its extensive selection of cookware brands.
Richardson Sheffield is a major supplier of kitchen knives and shears throughout the UK, and is a well-known name worldwide. The company has been producing the highest quality professional knives since 1839 and this is the reason why they are the number one knife brand in the UK.
There are a number of different knife ranges that Richardson Sheffield manufactures, and knives are available as singular items, or as part of a set with a knife block. They produce a knife sharpening steels, and their range of scissors and shears are not only sharp but they are comfortable to hold and very robust.
Here at Go-Electrical we have selected our favourite ranges, as we believe that our discerning customers will like these the most:
*Sabatier Trompette – These knives are more traditional in styling and carry a 25 year guarantee. They feature black handles with stainless steel rivets
*V Sabatier – Feature a classic full tang, 3 rivet handle for greater strength and balance, and a premium quality Chrome Molybdenum Vanadium high carbon stainless steel blade
*Richard Sheffield One70 – The best knife to date apparently, made from finest high carbon steel
*R:Vision – Beautifully evolved to create luxury, but the pioneering and contemporary design delivers exceptional performance
*Neo – Influenced by Japanese design, the blades are crafted from the finest quality steel to create much harder, stronger blades that also have significantly greater corrosion resistance.
*Midori – A key feature of the Midori knife range is its striking handle. The distinctive micarta handle moulds into the shape of your hand, but is styled in the traditional way to echo the wood that was originally used in Japanese knives.
*Kyu – The newest addition to the Japanese style knives, Kyu are stylish with a premium quality blade
Prices start from just £13.75. To view the full range visit out Richardson Sheffield homepage