Robert Herder breakfast knife, Buckels carbon, cherry wood
This breakfast knife by Robert Herder is a characteristic German breakfast knife in the so-called 'Buckels' shape. The very thin blade is made of carbon steel. This is traditionally grinded very thin (' Dünnschliff '). The result is a very sharp knife, easy to maintain. The down side to carbon steel is that it is more sensitive to rust than stainless steel, which means that the knife should be well maintained. Suitable for cutting e.g. bread, cheese, salami and for spreading butter on bread.
Robert Herder knives are largely hand-made, which may cause for a longer delivery time. This can also mean that the delivery time on our website can be subject to change. When the knife is ‘in stock’ we have received it from the factory and can ship it out to you.
|Right or left-handed||left-handed, right-handed, symmetrical|
|Type of edge||plain edge|
Thursday 25 April 2019
± 3 weeks
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