The G-22 and G-23 are rather large bread knives with a 20cm and 24cm blade respectively. These knives are alternatives to the classically shaped bread knife the G-9. These blades are much deeper than the G-9 and are basically serrated versions of the G-2 and G-16 cook's knives and so whilst they are labelled as bread knives, they could equally double up as serrated chef's knife. The deeper serrated blade will make it better at cutting through larger than usual loaves of bread such as big sourdoughs or tough bread such as rye or black bread which are typically baked to be quite deep. However due to the size and profile of the knife with its tapered point, it would make a great knife for cutting up any large fruits or vegetables with tough husks, such as pumpkin, coconut and pineapple. A good knife to have for tougher jobs in the kitchen.