Not far from the Boker company headquarters is the hallmark of the Bergisches Land region, the castle Burg an der Wupper.
It is also one of the largest castles in western Germany and the largest reconstructed castle in North Rhine-Westphalia. The famous history of Castle Burg is inseparably linked to the Duchy Berg and the counts von Berg (Haus Berg 1068-1225).
This razor is dedicated to the counts von Berg, which symbolizes parts of the life of the three counts and reminds us of the remarkable property and influence of the counts with impressive ornamentation made from 24-carat gold. As all handles made from horn every single razor looks unique based on the characteristics of the always different horn scales.
The strikingly ground and gilded blade back of the polished 5/8 inch blade is an absolute highlight of the Boker selection. The elements of the blade etching decorated with 24-carat gold are reminiscent of the realm of Count Everhard von der Mark with the coat of arms of the city of Hamm, which is derived from the House Berg. The tang, the blade with the rounded head, comes with a two-sided serration.
Delivered in a refined presentation display with a certificate of authenticity and individual serial number.
This razor is hand-honed in the factory and is shave ready.
- Blade Material - Carbon Steel
- Blade Width - 5/8"
- Blade Shape - Round Point
- Handle Material - Horn (Unique)
Since 1869, the famous knives with the world-famous Boker tree brand have been manufactured by hand in Solingen, the city of blades. The well-balanced mixture of traditional knives and the high significance of manual work in their factory inspires a very broad spectrum of knife lovers and users and gives them a leading market position in the field of sports knives throughout Europe today.
Cut Throat Club's Mission
Cut Throat Club is committed to promoting the straight edge razor lifestyle. A high-quality straight edge razor will give you the closest shave possible for years to come.
We are passionate about quality, affordability and value for money.