HIDEHISA Ueki shears (T-1)
This flower shears are designed for general garden use.
The distinctive blade is razor sharp and ideal for cutting into plants.
Ideal for pruning branches, roses, other flower and houseplants.
Each shear is hand-forged and meticulously sharpened, embracing time-honored techniques. The handle showcases a distinct hue achieved by baking in a specialized heating furnace, eliminating the need for any chemicals typically found in conventional paint jobs.
Proudly shaped by skilled artisans from a Japanese blade factory with a venerable heritage of over 160 years, these shears are a testament to enduring craftsmanship and excellence.
These scissors are made with high carbon steel tools .
They can rust if not cared for properly. Please make sure to wipe them clean and dry after use. If you're planning on storing them for an extended period of time, we recommend oiling them.
Made By Toyama Hamono
The founding of Toyama Hamono (Toyama Blades) dates back to the Bunkyu era of the Edo period, Japan. Since starting the production of wooden scissors in Sanjo, Niigata Prefecture in 1861, it has continued for over 160 years, from the first generation, Ryumatsu, to the present. Now, the fifth generation, Hidenobu, carries on the traditional techniques passed down from his ancestors as the head of the Echigo wooden scissors lineage.
The distinctiveness of Toyama Hamono's scissors lies in the blend of time-honored methods like "fire-forged crafting," "rear sharpening," and "precise blade fitting." Their unwavering quality has endeared them to enthusiasts both in Japan and abroad.
In an evolving world, Toyama Hamono embraces the synergy of melding traditional craftsmanship with advanced machinery. This commitment paves the way for even greater quality, sharpness, and resilience, propelling them into new realms of innovation.