Viners cutlery - almost 100 years on British tables
Viners was once the biggest cutlery manufacturer in England and traces its roots back to Sheffield – the home to stainless steel – where in 1906 Willie and Emile Viener set the company up. The company specialized in electroplated silver products and used its expertise to expand into a variety of categories including tea sets, trays, fine cutlery and kitchen knives. Later on they used their manufacturing expertise to develop ranges of stainless steel products.
Viners is not alone in the family, its sister brands include Mermaid and George Wilkinson bakeware which also boast a long and rich British heritage. Today, we have three factories in the U.K. with a tradition of over 180 years of manufacturing and we employ nearly 300 people in order to bring a fine range of quality housewares to market and our set of trusted brands has grown to include largest manufacturer of glassware to the U.S. retail market – Anchor Hocking.