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Flower Snip

€10,00

These gardener's scissors are universal scissors and can be described as Bonsai scissors, flower snips and Chinese Butterfly scissors.  Whatever you want to call them, they are extremely sharp and useful. For the gardener, for use in the kitchen or by a crafter these wonderfully designed gardener's metal scissors are...

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These gardener's scissors are universal scissors and can be described as Bonsai scissors, flower snips and Chinese Butterfly scissors.  Whatever you want to call them, they are extremely sharp and useful.

For the gardener, for use in the kitchen or by a crafter these wonderfully designed gardener's metal scissors are comfortable to use and very effective.

(They also sit very nicely inside a Nutscene® ball of Twine)

The Nutscene team love these gardener's scissors, they are used in the office, the factory, kitchen and garden.  Also they make very good decoupage or applique scissors.

The scissors are presented on a card, and fastened with ties.

The backing cards are created using a theme from the Nutscene archives of vintage style labels.

Vintage Gardeners Scissors from Nutscene are available in 2 sizes:

Size:

Small - L10.5 cm

Large - L17.5 cm

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