Suwada Ikenobo Scissors
A pair of scissors designed for the traditional Japanese flower arrangement, also known as ikebana.
The tradition dates back to 7th century Japan. It started only as flowers offered at altars. Later on, Japanese tea masters developed it into an interior design element.
The scissor blades are set at a small angle in order to cut the flowers without crushing the plant fibers, allowing the flowers to live longer.
Made to perform at high standards for a long time, using Japanese high carbon steel. It has a thin coating to prevent rust.
- Material: High-Carbon Steel
- 100% Japanese Steel
- 100% made in Japan
Size: 16.5 cm
In the Box:
Suited to all hands, beautiful to look at, and to work with, these scissors are a pleasure to offer to anyone who likes having flowers at home.