The broad blade of the bread and butter knife is ideally suited to holding butter and spreading it on a piece of bread. The flat cutting edge is not serrated and is only gently sharpened, as the knife is primarily used for spreading, not cutting. The rounded point helps spread the butter over a broader surface. The groove on the back of the knife is only decorative, yet is a common feature on many butter knives.
|Knife art||Monobloc knife|
|Packaging unit (piece)||12|