Victory knives have been made in New Zealand by E.Goddard Ltd. for over eighty years. Victory knives have gained a reputation for superior quality, and are used extensively in New Zealand and Australia by leading abattoirs and fish processing plants.
Edward Goddard, a master cutler from Sheffield, England, emigrated to New Zealand and began designing and manufacturing knives in 1927. The company has grown steadily during it's history.
E. Goddard continues to thrive today by maintaining the highest standards in manufacture and materials, building it's reputation for unsurpassed quality.
Whether for sports, industry or in the home, Goddard knives are superbly designed for the job and, with a little care, can last a lifetime.
All major meat and fish processing companies in New Zealand and Australia use Victory Knives.
The Victory stainless steel blade has a sub-zero (-78oC) quench after hardening. This particular process produces a strong, hard and wear resistant blade with improved edge retention. It also produces a finer grain and this is believed to be the reason that Victory knives are less prone to corrosion and maintaining its edge.
Victory knives are also available in traditional carbon steel: butchering, skinning, boning and outdoor knives.
VIctory Kitchen Knives