Bread Knife, 19th century. George Nazer. 31 Royal Exchange, London A rare bread knife of superb quality. A useful, decorative and conversational piece for any country kitchen, dining table. Just place it on your bread board. The blade is steel (not stainless steel so clean and dry thoroughly) The cutting edge is sharp today. The carved handle reflects 2 'ears' of acorns. About the maker: George Nazer 1831 - 1886. Gold & Silversmith. 31 Royal Exchange. London
Vide Grenier at Saint Pierre de Trivisy in the Tarn, France.
Very charming bread knife with steel blade and carved wooden handle. As you say yourself it will look good in any country kitchen as a decorative element our of the ordinary. Late 19th century/early 20th century.