When Farberware was founded in 1900, it was a one-man operation that saw S.W. Farber working sheets of copper into bowls and vases by hand. Though laborious, the process ensured that each piece met Farber’s standards and, as he became more confident in his craft, allowed him to branch out successfully into small appliances such as percolators and other cookware. More than 100 years later, and Farberware is still producing appliances, kitchen gadgets, and cookware that reflect Farber’s craftsmanship in their every detail, such as the Classic Series cookware’s rolled rims — a subtle design that allows for drip-free pouring.
I was expecting better quality. Knives seemed dull when I received them. So I used my steal rod to sharpen, so they are better now. I should have done some comparing at local stores like Kmart and Walmart, as I may have went with a different choice. They will have to do for now. Doesn't seem like I will keep them for long. Lesson learned.