Berti Red-Handled Nocciola Knife and Spreader
A double-edged swo… knife.
You know that moment when you’re furiously scraping the bottom of your nutella jar, hoping to get one a final smear for your morning toast, but your butter knife brings you up short? That very frustrating experience inspired the design—and name!—of this handsome red lucite-handled devil that’s good at so many things.
The Nocciola (which means “hazelnut” in Italian!) pulls twice its weight: One side features a carbon and stainless steel serrated blade for slicing your crustiest baguettes, while the other side acts as both a scooper and spreader—from nut butters to jams to pestos, no jar is safe from its angled blade! File this under things you never knew you needed but now can’t live without.
Photography by Rocky Luten
Details & Materials -
Lucite (handle), carbon and stainless steel (blade)
11” L (including handle); 7” blade
Care & Notes
Hand wash in warm water using a liquid dish soap. Make sure to dry the knives right after cleaning; the blades should not be left out to air dry.
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