Why choose Richardson Sheffield kitchen knives
Excellent price-quality ratio
The knives have an excellent price-quality ratio. A complete Richardson Sheffield knife set is an excellent choice for amateur chefs who want to exchange their old kitchen knives for new, top-quality knives. These knife sets will also look amazing in the kitchen thanks to their stylish design. The sets from the various collections each have a unique design. Choose the one that suits your style!
Comfortable cutting with Richardson Sheffield knives
Richardson Sheffield pays close attention to ergonomics. The handles, for instance, are designed as such that they always feel great in hand. They are also nicely balanced thanks to the full-tang construction. This construction ensures that the knife is rock-solid. The blade, after all, runs throughout the entire handle. The kitchen knives are lightweight to make sure you can also carry out the more demanding tasks without fatigue.
Richardson Sheffield series
Richardson Sheffield Scandi
The Richardson Sheffield Scandi series includes knives designed in the spirit of Scandinavian design. Natural handle materials, clean design and functional shapes are combined to create Richardson Sheffield's most popular kitchen knife collection.
Richardson Sheffield product types
Richardson Sheffield knife sets
The most popular product group at Richardson Sheffield is undoubtedly their collection of knife sets. You get an excellent knife set for a reasonably inexpensive price. Many sets come with knife blocks.
Richardson Sheffield and Amefa
Richardson Sheffield was founded in 1836 in the British city of Sheffield. It's the knife capital of the UK. Back in the day, Richardson was Britain's biggest and best-known knife brand. Ever since its establishment in 1836 a lot of attention was paid to leading design and technological innovations. From accessible knife sets for starters to luxurious professional kitchen knives.
The packaging of the Richardson Sheffield knives, knife blocks and other products contains both their own logo and that of Amefa. That's because in 2007, Richardson Sheffield merged to become a part of the Dutch brand Amefa. You might be familiar with their top-quality cutlery. Richardson Sheffield has been a part of Knivesandtools' range since 2021.