Cohana Small scissors with gold lacquer art (Tamenuri-painting / Brown)
Small scissors made by Hasegawa cutlery in Seki City, Gifu Prefecture, one of Japan's leading cutlery towns, are decorated with lacquer and gold lacquer that give off a smooth lustre.
The reservoir coating is a vermillion-colored lacquer with transparent lacquer overlaid, and features a clear lustre and depth. You can enjoy the subtle colour changes unique to natural lacquer, and with each passing year, a beautiful and beautiful lustre appears. The smooth texture unique to lacquer fits comfortably in your hand, and the more you use it, the more you become attached.
Craftsmen adjust the slicing of the blades one by one for the small scissors, resulting in a sharp cut. Since the blade tip is thin, it is easy to use for detailed work and is recommended for both craft and handicraft.
The scissors are tied with a tassle of silver and gold thread and accompanied by a genuine leather case.
Small scissors of lacquer and gold makie / Aichi, Gifu
[Ebara Lacquer Works] Nagoya City, Aichi Prefecture
A lacquer shop founded in 1970 in Nagoya City, Aichi Prefecture.
I mainly lacquer and produce temples, household Buddhist items, and kitchen items. Recently, we are planning and producing various lacquered works other than Buddhist altars.
Hasegawa cutlery] Seki City, Gifu Prefecture
A knife manufacturer founded in 1933 in Seki City, Gifu Prefecture, one of Japan's leading knife towns. The products that are born from the outstanding technology and abundant knowledge cultivated in that history have certain quality and a pleasant sharpness that cannot be found anywhere else.
Total length: about 105 mm
Width: about 53 mm
Thickness: about 10 mm