Parish Pattern Cutlery
Why are they called 'parish patterns'?....
'Traditionally in Sheffield there were many 'mester' who would buy cutlery from blanking companies that stamped out spoons and forks. Knives were made by cutlers. The patterns became known as Parish Patterns because they were available to anyone from the blanking companies in the local parish or district.'
These familier ranges of popular 'parish' patterned cutleries includes all of the most popular used throughout the catering industry. The traditional Kings Pattern, Harley, Jesmond, Bead and the ever popular Rattail which is not really a Parish Cutlery, but is a standard, long standing and popular pattern.
All of the parish pattern cutlery is manufactured from 18/0 stainless steel, polished finish and dishwasher proof.