I am Mini Ikebana Trimmers. Fresh flowers need the most delicate touch but with the right kind of care, they’ll grow up to be healthy and happy individuals. Don’t get me wrong, I don't need the credit but behind every good ikebana arrangement is a great ikebana trimmer.
What stands out the most about these specialty handcrafted trimmers is how comfortable the handles are to hold for long periods of time, making them ideal for intricate work like floral arranging. They are typically used for the art of Japanese Ikebana arranging although they can be just as useful for miniature bonsai pruning. The very sharp blades create the cleanest cuts, without bruising or traumatizing the plant or flower stem. As amateur ikebana enthusiasts, we're starting to really understand and appreciate why specialty scissors is important when constructing the delicate arrangements.
Ikebana Trimmers was curated by Stevenson Aung
Designer: Daisuke Tajika
2.5” (w) x 5.0” (l) x 0.4” (h) or
64mm (w) x 127mm (l) x 10mm (h)
2 oz or 57 g
Steel, Nickel plated
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