Home Pride Decor Was Started To Sell Rada Cutlery On This Website. There Are A Number Of Products That You May Find That Will Make Cooking A Home Or On The Job Alot More Fun and Plasant. Also Here At Home Pride Decor You will Also Find A Nice Selection Of Frost Cutlery Pocket Knives And Hunting Knives. I Will Be Adding Different Categories From Time To Time , So Please Bookmark My Website And Check Back. So Go And Have A Look Around And Thanks For Stopping By.
About Rada Cutlery
Rada Cutlery products are 100% American Made – from raw materials through construction. Rada Mfg. Co. is able to continue our Made in the USA manufacturing because our committed employees strive each day to ensure efficiency and eliminate waste. This is done at every stage – manufacturing, packaging, order-processing and shipping
Rada Mfg. Co. will replace any product manufactured by our company returned to us due to defects in materials or workmanship. Like all fine cutlery, please protect the cutting edge of the knife by storing the knife carefully in its gift box or blade sleeve.
We recommend only washing our aluminum handle cutlery by hand and drying it immediately. Our stainless steel resin handle cutlery may be hand washed or placed in a dishwasher. Proper washing and care will maximize the beauty and performance of your cutlery.
About Frost Cutlery
Jim Frost began collecting pocket knives in 1969. This small hobby, started by an everyday shift worker at a chemical plant, has grown over the past 30+ years into a multi-million dollar business which employs over 50 employees at its sole plant in Chattanooga, Tennessee. The business began in Jim's lunch bucket and quickly grew out of his car trunk, garage, and four increasingly larger warehouses before finding its home in a 100,000 square foot plant completed in 2002.
From 1969 to 1978, Jim saw his business interest in knives grow from a hobby to the formation of Frost Distributing company in 1972 to the Parker-Frost partnership in 1976. This short-lived association was mutually dissolved in 1978 when Jim began importing cutlery under the Frost Cutlery™ tang stamp.