Kitchen Knives & Cooking
Robert Herder 1922-series walnut
The characteristic Robert Herder 1922 knives are made in a classic design from 1922. The blades are sharpened very thin which makes it possible to cut very finely. Cutting has to do with bridging resistance, which means that because the blades are thin they can cut a lot smoother. The 1922-knives excel in their performance.
Carbon steel blades
The blades of the 1922-knives are made of carbon steel. It can become sharper than stainless steel and will retain its sharpness better. A disadvantage is that it’s not stainless and these knives require special treatment. Wash them immediately by hand after use and dry them off. Never leave the knife wet or dirty lying around because it will rust. Over time patina will form on the blade and the steel will be a little more stainless. You always have to pay mind when cutting acidic products.
Handle material of the Robert Herder 1922 knives
The Robert Herder 1922 knives are available with different handle materials. You can choose for instance between the plum wood and walnut wood handles. Both very beautiful wood types that will look gorgeous in every kitchen.
Robert Herder Manufactur
Robert Herder knives are not created in a factory, but in a relatively small-scale work place. Pretty much everything is done by hand. This makes the delivery times sometimes slightly longer than those of competing brands that work from a factory.