Carl Pott, the defining figure of Pott Bestecke, made this seemingly straightforward remark. It was inspired by Bauhaus, a historic house that still stands for cutlery that does its job well while remaining aesthetically pleasing.
This is also true with the Burrado butter knife, which, in comparison to most of its peers, has an extremely wide blade. What is the explanation for this? Butter and quark spread more easily with a wide blade. Whether cutting butter, sausages, mozzarella, or creamy cheese, Pott's Burrado butter knife does the job beautifully.
Material: Stainless steel 18/10, Matt brushed