When a piece of honey comb is cut out of a frame of honey, it is called “cut comb”. When sold that way, the weight is typically variable, and the upper display surface should remain dry, with clean wax displayed, as it is when it was hanging in the frame in the hive.
Cut comb in a box is the best product for those of a purist or nostalgic mindset. Because the honey is still encapsulated in the beeswax cells, it cannot have been adulterated by humans after the bees capped the cells. And honey still in wax is the historical way that people stored honey before the development of modern extraction equipment and squeeze bottles. Cut comb is also the best form of honey for educational purposes, in that it is quite literally a piece of what the bees made, in its original form, with the outer surfaces still intact.
Because its form is different from how honey is typically sold in stores these days, sometimes people are unsure how to actually eat it. The wax is actually quite fragile. The bees only make it strong enough to hold together for a while in the hive, and it is paper thin. Yet the wax provides structure to hold the honey in its shape. So you can literally stick a fork in it, and eat it as you would a piece of pie, for an energy boosting snack.
Alternatively, you can spread it on bread or similar products, with a knife, and the wax will break into small pieces that are often not even noticeable if you are eating a firm bread.
And these days, we have to mention, ASMR honeycomb is a thing.