Sajou Eiffel Tower embroidery scissors - gilded with pink charm

Gilded embroidery scissors - pink Eiffel Tower

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Brand: Maison Sajou


Eiffel tower embroidery scissors - guilded pink charm


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Pair of Eiffel Tower gilded embroidery scissors - pink charm

The Eiffel Tower was constructed for the Universal Exhibition in 1889. It was during this exhibition that Jacques-Simon Sajou was awarded a silver medal. This gilded Eiffel tower is a re-issue of this time. You will notice the detail of the grid pattern simulating the metallic girders of the Tower.... as well as the quality of the screw. The blades are very pointed for precision work.
Size: 10cm - Sajou stamp on the upper blade.
This pair of scissors comes with a pink Eiffel Tower charm, made specially for this model. The pink pompom was made in a soft furnishings workshop in the Saint Etienne region.
Presented in a carboard box, the design may vary according to our stock.
No less than 15 operations are involved in their production, most of them by hand. The process of aurifying involves placing a varnish over the parts which will not be golden. This explains the difference in price between the chromed Eiffel Tower scissors and these ones. An important detail enables us to judge the quality of a pair of scissors; the pairing marks - the number which you can see on the interior of each of the blades (you will notice the number 112 on the photos presented here). This indicates that the two blades have been perfectly adjusted to form a pair.
See the cross stitch pattern chart to embroider our scissors. Discover all our products with a Paris and Eiffel Tower theme.
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    Embroidery scissors costing around 70/80 euros that are not sharp enough for embroidery. Outrageous! I've found some made in China for 20 euros that have no play at all and are sharp. (Translated review)

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