This vintage, nearing antique, carving knife was made by master cutlers, Joseph Rogers and Sons, originally of Norfolk England. Their reputation is that of the Rolls Royce of cutlery and they have been cutlers to the royal family through several monarchs.
This knife is from the reign of George V or George VI and would have been made between 1919 (when stainless steel began being used in cutlery) and 1936 or 1937 and 1952. The blade is Sheffield stainless steel and the handle is rough textured antler with silver collar and heel. The blade is marked G (crown) R, Joseph Rogers & Sons, Cutlers to His Majesty, Sheffield (star cross) England, Stainless.
This is a very solid knife and has decades of use ahead. It has been used and the blade has lots of scratches from the sharpening steel but otherwise this is a very great knife.
**Please note that the photos were taken outside and while the scratches are real, the other shadows and marks on the blade are reflections from the trees.