LamsonSharp Forged Hi-Carbon Stainless Steel Kitchen Shears

Price: $31.45
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Manufacturer Description

Lamson cutlery, kitchen tools and trade tools are still handcrafted in Massachusetts by American workers. We are proud to say that after 179 years, Lamson still produces the finest cutlery, kitchen tools and trade tools made in America that aim at nothing short of perfection. Lamson was established in Shelburne Falls, Massachusetts in 1837. As one of the oldest cutlery manufacturers in the United States, Lamson has been the choice of home and professional cooks as well as US Presidents for the last 179 years because of its high standard of craftsmanship. These traditions are true today not only in our cutlery and kitchen tools but in our barbeque equipment, TreeSpirit (Handcrafted North American Hardwood Kitchen Utensils and Wood Care Products) and HotSpot ( Professional Grade Silicone Potholders, Trivets, HotHandles) products.

These powerful 8-1/4-inch shears have all the qualities desired in kitchen shears. They're balanced in the hand, and the blades curve inward so they meet in only one place at any given position, providing smooth, precise cutting action. The handles' loops are large enough for thick fingers, and one blade has microscopic serrations to prevent slippage. Use these heavy shears to cut food, bone, flowers, paper, cardboard, and even wire. --Fred Brack

Product Features

8-1/4-inch shears made of high-carbon stainless steel Cut food, bone, flowers, paper, cardboard, and wire Blades curve inward for smooth, precise cutting action Bottom blade’s microscopic serrations prevent slippage Lifetime warranty against defects

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