Viners specialise in Sheffield cutlery, kitchenware and dinnerware items, and was founded in 1901 by Adolphe Viener (also spelled Wiener after he was knighted by the monarchy) and his sons.
Viners began as silversmiths who initially worked in traditional small workshops, and eventually became the biggest manufacturer of Sheffield cutlery, flatware and silverware in England after World War II, during which the company produced bayonets for the national forces.
The company, which grew to be the biggest Sheffield cutlery, flatware and silverware manufacturer in England after World War II - during which the company produced bayonets - under the name Viners Ltd., were silversmiths who initially worked in traditional small workshops.
The company’s expansion was largely due to Adolphe’s son, Ruben Viner, who was responsible for the firm’s overseas subsidiaries opening in Ireland, France and Australia.
The hallmark for Viners Ltd. silver was registered to son Edward Viner in 1932 it was "E.V" with figures and in 1964, it was "EV" with associated figures.
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